Supporting scientific research should be a top priority of any society that aims to make progress and thrive. Reducing funding for research will adversely affect individual and population health. However, mounting pressure for budget cuts for major science agencies is an unfortunate reality. How can the medical community, other scientists, and the public defend science better under these circumstances? Can this challenge be used as an opportunity for reform?
Hagiwara Y., Ohno K., Watanabe T., Orita M. Evaluation, Incentives
- Journal Title: Journal of ChemoMetrics,
- Issue #: 12
- Page #: 844 - 850