Figures and Tables

FIGURES

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Proposed Change in FS&T Spending, by Department or Agency, FY 2002–FY 2003 (millions of constant FY 2002 dollars),

 

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Federal Funding for FS&T at NIH and at All Other Agencies Combined, FY 2000–FY 2003 (millions of constant FY 2002 dollars),

 

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 3

 

Full-time graduate enrollment in physics and mathematics, 1993–2000,

 

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 4

 

Research doctorates awarded by U.S. colleges and universities in physics and mathematics, 1993–2000,

 

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Percentage Increase in FS&T Spending Proposed by the Administration Compared with Congressional Appropriation, by Department or Agency, FY 2001 to FY 2002 (constant FY 2002 dollars),

 

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TABLE

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Federal Science and Technology Budget, FY 2000–FY 2003 (millions of current dollars),

 

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 2

 

Federal Science and Technology Budget, FY 2000–FY 2003 (millions of constant FY 2002 dollars),

 

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 3

 

Proposed Percent Change in Constant Dollars in FS&T Spending by Agency and by Science Program, FY 2002–FY 2003,

 

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 4

 

Proposed Change in FS&T Spending by Department or Agency, FY 2002–FY 2003 (in millions of constant dollars),

 

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 5

 

Multi-Agency R&D Initiatives, FY 2001–FY 2003 (millions of constant FY 2002 dollars),

 

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Federal Science and Technology Budget, FY 2001 Actual, FY 2002 Administration Proposal, and FY 2002 Congressional Appropriation (constant FY 2002 dollars),

 

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