Science economics: What science is really worth

“President Barack Obama says it. Francis Collins, director of the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), says it. University and research leaders elsewhere are saying it, too. The number one current rationale for extra research investment is that it will generate badly needed economic growth …” (more)

[Colin Macilwain, Nature, 9 June]

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    […] Science economics: What science is really worth (via Ninth Level Ireland) June 9, 2010 Shane O'Mara Leave a comment Go to comments "President Barack Obama says it. Francis Collins, director of the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), says it. University and research leaders elsewhere are saying it, too. The number one current rationale for extra research investment is that it will generate badly needed economic growth …" (more) [Colin Macilwain, Nature, 9 June] … Read More […]

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