October 1963
Congressional Digest;Oct63, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p227
Describes the scope of present aid for higher education institutions in the U.S. Federal programs in the field of higher education concentrated heavily in the biological-medical and physical sciences; Financial assistance to individuals; Grants for research and development; Grants for loans for facilities and equipment.


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