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Trump Once Again Requests Deep Cuts In U S Science Spending

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Guest commentary: Will the Trump administration boost uranium?
(May 2019) Now, the industry — led by Energy Fuels and Ur-Energy — is hoping the government will once again step up . Monument but was cut out by the Trump administration’s shrinkage at Energy Fuels’ request.

The Energy 202: Trump wants to Make the Great Lakes great again
(May 2019) “It’s certainly part of Republicans’ plan to carry Florida,” said Susan MacManus, a professor emerita of political science at the . multiple times to cut money to them in its official budget

Trump Wants Astronauts Back to the Moon by 2024. Here’s How He Plans to Pay for It
(May 2019) “But this is a good amount that gets us out of the gate in a very strong fashion and sets us up for success in the future.” Trump announced . a challenge that once again we are unwilling

Trump once again requests deep cuts in U.S. science spending
(many weeks now)   Science MagazineTrump’s budget proposal seeks cuts to science and medical research funding  Los Angeles TimesTrump Proposes a Record $4.75 Trillion Budget  The New York TimesYet Again, Trump Proposes Slashing Popular Federal Science Programs  GizmodoTrump budget cuts take aim at science and the environment  ThinkProgressView full coverage on Google News

Trump’s NASA sees Space Force as a means to bring free market capitalism to the final frontier
(May 2019)   MuckRock

The current President of the United States has prompted a new conversation in the hallowed halls of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration: What .

How an unpredictable Ron DeSantis is advancing Florida conservatism
(May 2019)   Tampa Bay Times

TALLAHASSEE — One of Gov. Ron DeSantis’ top campaign promises was in jeopardy as Florida lawmakers worked deep into the night in late April. The state .

Top stories: The dark triad, the lost men of ancient Spain, and the race to save the pangolin
(many weeks now)   Science Magazine

The dark side of human personality has long fascinated the public and psychologists alike. Research has linked unpleasant traits such as selfishness and a lack .

Federal Education Research and Development: A Brief, Opinionated History – Education Next
(May 2019)   EducationNext

Half a century has passed since I first fell through the looking glass into the peculiar world of federal education research and development. As an extremely .

U.S. researchers hope Congress will dig NSF out of a $1 billion budget hole
(many weeks now)   Science Magazine

For the second time in 3 years, President Donald Trump has recommended deep cuts to the National Science Foundation (NSF) in Alexandria, Virginia.

Visiting Capitol Hill to Advocate for Science, By Amanda Labuza | PLOS Neuroscience Community
(many weeks now)   PLoS Blogs

This month I attended the Society for Neuroscience’s (SfN) 13th annual Capitol Hill Day to advocate for increased, reliable scientific funding. It is vital that.

Quick Take: Trump’s 2020 Budget Spares DoE-funded HPC but Slams NSF and NIH
(many weeks now)   HPCwire

U.S. President Donald Trump’s 2020 budget request, released yesterday, proposes deep cuts in many science programs but seems to spare HPC funding by the .

First take: Trump’s 2019 budget not as disastrous for science as it first appears
(months ago)   Science Magazine

It’s a familiar tune, but with a surprise twist. President Donald Trump today unveiled a 2019 budget request that—once again—calls for eliminating numerous .

Yet Another Delusional Presidential Budget for DOE
(many weeks now)   Natural Resources Defense Council

President Trump has once again proposed disastrous cuts to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s clean energy innovation budget, even though Congress .

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