Key for Future Investment: Researchers' Response to America's Recovery Act

Key for Future Investment: Researchers' Response to America's Recovery Act

Timothy Cook

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Timothy Cook

The inclusion in the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of an additional $10.4-billion for the National Institutes of Health presents an unprecedented opportunity for biomedical and behavioral research. How scientists respond may well determine the public's long-term support for academic research. By thoughtful stewardship of those resources, they can bolster the nation's future enthusiasm for science as a socially responsive and effective enterprise.

The objectives of the