Come clean, Mr. Clarke

July 1991
New Scientist;7/13/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1777, p11
Comments on the additional amount included in the 1991 science budget of Great Britain's Department of Education and Science. Goal of the additional amount to compensate science for the Treasury's underestimate of inflation; Questions on why the science budget was the only one uprated; Disinclination of research councils to accept the extra money as a gift.


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