It's not often that the federal government (or company or university or other large organization, for that matter) says openly: Never mind. We were wrong.
Senators introduce plan to spend $9 billion to improve competitiveness.
Bolstering U.S. competitiveness is not just the government's job, research university group says in new report.
In State of the Union address, Bush proposes doubling spending on basic research in physical sciences over a decade.
Colleges applaud Bush effort to boost basic research, but await details on which agencies will gain -- and which might lose.
President’s R&D budget boosts NSF and energy research, but NIH and other agencies tread water.
Federal agency suspends funds for a controversial logging study, citing concerns over lobbying, then reverses itself.
Gathering to discuss bills to promote competitiveness, House members end up talking about dating and culture.
President recommends that U. of Hawaii create controversial Navy research center, but bar classified work.
Treatment of prominent Indian scientist in visa process seen as damaging U.S. progress in attracting foreign researchers.
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