Disunity and dysfunction in Washington should not dissuade physicists from making the case for robust federal funding of science By Neal Lane February 2015 — Recently, I was invited to share some thoughts about US science policy and research funding at a conference inaugurating Rice University’s Quantum Materials Center. One of the attendees suggested that other researchers might be interested in what I had to say. With that in mind, I offer the following thoughts. They are my own views and do not necessarily represent opinions of any organization or other individuals.
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