Are you concerned about how the recent shut down of the U.S. Government might affect the state of Science? There are definitely more than a few reasons to stay informed, so the folks over at AAAS ScienceInsider have put together a list of who is still on the job, and what organizations have been hit the hardest. Science and the Shutdown: 11 Days and Counting | Science/AAAS | News:
ScienceInsider has been tracking the partial U.S. government shutdown since it began…Member of Congress and President Barack Obama are now discussing a way out of the impasse.
For some scientists, it’s too little, too late. Their research has already been disrupted. For others, however, the crisis has yet to hit home.
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