Uncertainties Of 1996 Presidential science adviser John H. Gibbons calls fiscal year 1996 a "grim year for science budgets."
|BACK TO BASICS: Rep. Robert Walker (R-Pa.) contends that the FY 1997 budget supports applied research at the expense of basic science.|
|NO WAY OUT: Rep. Vernon Ehlers (R-Mich.) argues for NSF support|
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