DailyDirt: Science Policies For The US

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We’re generally interested in government policies that affect the discovery of information or the creation of new works. Usually this means we focus on copyright issues, but science policies are also important to us — so here are just a few gov’t policies that have been released.

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abc gum says:

“government policies that affect the discovery of information or the creation of new works.”

Maybe I’m just a pessimist, but my understanding of past government policies regarding science is that they have hindered more than helped scientific endeavors. I find it hard to believe anything has changed in this regard. The words put in writing seldom match the policy as implemented.

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