As federal funding for biomedical research has been declining in real dollars over the past 13 years, getting a grant for many scientists who depend on government money has become more difficult. Now, many say this hypercompetitive atmosphere may stunt not only the careers of promising scientists but also America’s preeminent role in global science research. Features Assistant Professor, Dept. of Food Science, Loredana Quadro and Co-director of the Graduate Program in Nutritional Sciences, Judith Storch.
/ / / Will declining funding stunt scientific discovery in the U.S.?