President proposes 2.2 percent boost in R&D budget; Gramm bill would double R&D funding; Russian delay on space station causing alarm; Biennial budget urged.
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Alan Fechter, Michael S. Teitelbaum
Federal policy should be fine-tuned to respond to the particular conditions of scientists and engineers.
Michael McGeary, Philip M. Smith
Evolving national priorities and a tight budget necessitate a new approach to federal spending.
Lewis M. Branscomb
The nation needs--and can have--a multifaceted bipartisan policy to promote innovation.
Charles B. Curtis, David W. Cheney, John P. McTague
Having reviewed the recommendations of outsiders, the Department of Energy responds with a plan of action.
Norman R. Augustine
New services and capabilities are undermining the old monopolistic regime; to be relevant, international rule-makers must get in step.
Ten years from now, will we still say that we have been driven by the reckless pace of innovation? -David Clark
Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr.
The increasing effectiveness of U.S. conventional weapons is making large cuts in the U.S. nuclear arsenal possible.
George Campbell Jr.