Congressional bickering is deeply damaging to biomedical research

01/15/2013 | Forbes

The inability of Congress to pass a budget is damaging the NIH, the core of biomedical research in the U.S, which has cut or delayed funding for most new top projects, biomedical researcher Steven Salzberg writes in Forbes. He says this has left scientists and researchers looking for work, possibly in the private sector, and he calls on members of Congress to set aside their fighting and just pass the NIH budget without cuts.

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