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Should the government support science?

Waldemar Kaempffert

Should the government support science?

by Waldemar Kaempffert

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Published by Public affairs committee, inc. in [New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBy Waldemar Kaempffert.
SeriesPublic affairs pamphlet,, no. 119
ContributionsNational Science Foundation (U.S.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQ180.U5 K3
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p.
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6499203M
LC Control Number46006674
OCLC/WorldCa1224029

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According to the Atlantic, in two weeks more than scientists have submitted a form to action’s website to apply for the organization’s help. Science doesn’t exist in a national bubble Should the government support science?

book Katherine Ellen Foley. Should the government support science. [New York]: Public affairs committee, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Waldemar Kaempffert; National Science Foundation (U.S.).

Thomas Friedman, the New York Times foreign affairs columnist, is beside himself because the federal budget contains a 2 percent, or $ million, cut for the National Science Foundation (NSF). As W. Gilbert would say, “Oh, horror!” This, Friedman predicted in his December 5,column (“Fly Me to the Moon”), will condemn us Americans to a bleak future : Sheldon Richman.

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Most of the papers have previously been published. They deal with a wide range of issues including the following: a review and analysis of the arguments Author: Harvey Brooks. This is an edited collection of papers written between and and dealing with various aspects of science and government, with special attention to policies for the support of research.

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A Response to the U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy the federal government clearly has a role to play and should focus its support on. Without funding, science as a whole simply can't progress, and that funding ultimately comes from the societies that will reap its benefits.

Hence, those societies help determine how their money is spent. For example, a society that largely approves of stem cell research will encourage government support, stimulating advances in the field. As government systems have become more integrated with non-government data sources and applications, the potential has grown for agencies to gain access to personally identifiable information from third parties.

OMB issued updated guidance to agencies in June with new requirements for agencies to conduct and make publicly available an “adapted PIA” when the use of a third-party.

Some years ago I began to write a good deal about another question: the public support of science. In the early s, the US government backed plans.

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