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March 30, 2012 at 4:04 pm Leave a comment


The new federal budget’s chapter on innovation and research is almost entirely about supporting more applied science, which may stimulate jobs and the economy, but it is neglecting the basics.

When it comes to scientific research, there are two fundamental divisions: applied, which leads to a product, and basic, which leads to who-knows-where.

By Bob McDonald, Quirks & Quarks

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