Sequester discourages tomorrow's scientific pioneers

09/24/2013 | Baltimore Sun, The

The sequester delays short-term research, discourages aspiring scientists, cuts funds to educate the next generation of scientists and may reduce diversity in the scientific work force, write Bipasha Mukherjee-Clavin, Carolina Montaño, Neil Neumann and Wan Yang, graduate students at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's Medical Scientist Training Program. As a result, fewer researchers will be studying and curing the diseases that affect taxpayers and their families now and in the future, the students write.

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