|Bioscientist Royston turns his attention to creating a center in San Diego's crowded research community|
Throughout the 1980s, as the federal deficit mounted, analysts argued about whether the scientific community should set clear priorities and risk the loss of funding for some projects or, instead, campaign for an overall increase in spending on science that would benefit all concerned. Now, with the ink barely dry on the 1991 federal budget, Bromley says that the first approach has carried the day. But he doesn't think that good science will suffer.
"It's clear now...
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