Science funding: All statements and analyses
“The scientific community is over the moon with the bipartisan omnibus bill in Congress that significantly increases funding for research and development.
We welcome the bipartisan budget agreement to raise defense and non-defense discretionary spending caps for two years.... - Rush Holt , chief executive officer, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
The evidence suggests limits to industry's willingness to fund R&D vacated by the federal government, should Congress go along with the White House's budget plans.
The spending package can’t pass as-is, but sets the stage for later negotiations with the Senate and White House.
It hasn't shaped up as a great year for science and technology funding, but the process is far from over
The House adopts a quartet of spending bills, the Commerce Department gets a mixed Senate bag, and a spending deal remains far off