A decisive effort?

Smaglik, Paul
August 2002
Nature;8/15/2002, Vol. 418 Issue 6899, p3
Academic Journal
Focuses on government's plan to boost the Department of Trade and Industry's budget which supports the bulk of university research in Great Britain. Long- and short-term incentives; Increase in doctoral degree grants and postdoctorate stipends; Impact of the plan on young students who are undecided about whether to pursue science.


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