Sequestration cuts threaten science research and development

11/26/2012 | Discovery

U.S. scientific advances may be blocked and some 31,000 people employed in scientific fields could lose their jobs if sequestration cuts take place, experts say. "Not only would research itself suffer, but the cutbacks would likely have ripple effects into the future, as young scientists and science students would have fewer opportunities," said Matthew Hourihan of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

View Full Article in:

Discovery

Published in Briefs:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Government & Nonprofit

Job Title Company Location
Multimedia Manager
Aerospace Industries Association
Arlington, VA
Director- Aviation, Travel and Tourism
The World Economic Forum
New York, NY
Manager, Corporate & Foundation Relations
Point Foundation
New York, NY
Director of Marketing
Safe Flight Instrument Corporation
White Plains, NY
Chief Financial Officer
Desert AIDS Project
Palm Springs, CA