Sequestration could force painful research spending cuts

02/19/2013 | Roll Call (free content)

Scientists are being forced to make difficult decisions about whether to continue innovative, potentially life-saving research in the face of deep spending cuts that will be enacted if sequestration is not prevented, former congressmen John Edward Porter and Kweisi Mfume write in this article. Sequestration would also hinder the U.S. in the scientific innovation race, with the economies of China and many European countries making research funding a priority while the U.S. scales back.

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