President Obama’s move to focus on “science as economic saviour” stalled this week when the appointment of key advisors was put on hold. But there is still optimism about the impact the new administration will have on innovation, the economy and international collaboration.
Only a week ago, the Obama administration’s innovation agenda appeared to be marching ahead. With the senate confirmation hearings on presidential science director-nominee John Holdren and National...
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