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Envisioning a 21st Century Science and Engineering Workforce for the United States: Tasks for University, Industry and Government
Keep funding at appropriate levels. During the 1990s, federal agencies’ share of total R&D funds declined significantly, from approximately 40 percent of total to below 30 percent.38 Federal agencies are now trying to increase funding. The lesson to learn is that consistent federal R&D funding is more important than the micromanagement of research.
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