Recession drives the Treasury to tighten squeeze on science

May 1991
New Scientist;5/11/81, Vol. 130 Issue 1768, p12
Comments on the proposals of Britain's Department of Education and Science and of the deep cuts in next year's science budget which may result from the economic recession. Possibility that the Science and Engineering Research Council may have to cut back on grants this year; Closing of the Nuclear Structure Facility at Daresbury, Cheshire; Education vs. science; Education Secretary, Kenneth Clarke; More.


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