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The Funding of Young Investigators in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences LITERATURE CITED 1. American Association for the Advancement of Science. 1989. Science for All Americans: A Project 2061 Report on Literacy Goals in Science, Mathematics, and Technology. Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science. 2. American Association for the Advancement of Science, Intersociety Working Group. 1993. AAAS Report XVIII: Research and Development FY 1994. AASS 93–18S. Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science. 3. Anderson, C. 1990. Reforms growing on the farm. Nature 348:184. 4. An interview with Robert M. White. 1991. Technol. Rev. 94(4):40–47. 5. Association of American Medical Colleges. 1993. U.S. Medical School Faculty 1993 Faculty Roster System. Washington, D.C.: Association of American Medical Colleges. 6. Barinaga, M. 1991. The foundations of research. Science 253:1200–1202. 7. Bickel, J., and B.E. Whiting. 1990. Women on faculties of U.S. medical schools, 1978–1989. Acad. Med. 65(4):276. 8. Bickel, J., and B.E. Whiting. 1991. Comparing the representation and promotion of men and women faculty at U.S. medical schools. Acad. Med. 66(8):497. 9. Bolling Air Force Base. 1990. Research Interest of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. Washington, D.C. 10. Boniface, Z.E., and R.W. Rimel. 1987. U.S. Funding for Biomedical Research. Philadelphia, Pa.: The Pew Charitable Trusts. 11. Booth, W. 1991. Science and the art of money: Sometimes our research establishment exaggerates its problems. Washington Post. February 17, pp. C1, C5. 12. Cassman, M. 1990. News. Issues behind the drop in the NIH award rate. ASM News 56(9).

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