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Research Holds Up Well in Final 2011 Agreement

Research Holds Up Well In Final 2011 Agreement

By Jeffrey Mervis



- OIRA Memo M-11-07 dated 12/9/10 "Facilitating Scientific Research by Streamlining the Paperwork Reduction Act Process"

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-OIRA Memo M-11-07 dated 12/9/10 "Facilitating Scientific Research by Streamlining the Paperwork Reduction Act Process" describes the kinds of research not covered by the Act (e.g., grantee



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Re: Usable Science: A Handbook for Science Policy Decision- Makers

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Science and Public Policy Journal

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Re: History of science policy in the US

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History of science policy in the US

Sent by: Caroline Wagner Dear SoSP friends,The Washington Academy of Sciences Journal this month publishes a brief history I wrote on science advising to the White House, along w


"Chicagoland Chamber, InnoCentive unveil proposals that aim to-- increase local transit ridership to 1 billion rides a year"

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