Black Scientists

Nemec, Richard
June 1972
New Republic;6/3/72, Vol. 166 Issue 23, p15
Discusses the availability of funds for African American scientists. Information about several African American scientists who graduated from several research institutions; Description of biomedical support programs in minority schools; Statement that the government's goal is to equalize the opportunity for minority schools to participate in biomedical research programs; Information that U.S. National Institutes of Health grant requests undergo numerous reviews by a cadre of scientists.


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