Crisis for US Science Is Looming, Physicists Warn
Clara Moskowitz, LiveScience Senior Writer
Date: 06 April 2012 Time: 09:49 AM ET
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ATLANTA — The United States is at risk of ceding its leadership in science, a number of physicists agreed Monday (April 2), though there was less of a consensus on a clear solution to the problem.
Five physicists shared their worries about America's scientific future during a panel discussion here at the April 2012 meeting of the American Physics Society, saying that governmental funding for science research is in crisis, and not enough U.S. students graduate with degrees in science, technology, engineering and math.
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