Monthly Archives: June 2014

Should we rethink how we approach research in the wake of reduced federal funding?

Advances in medical and biological science in the U.S. have exploded since 1989. Americans have seen an increase in life expectancy, a decrease in the gap between men and women[1], and fewer deaths overall from big causes including cancer, heart disease, stroke, hypertension, accidents, diabetes, homicides and pneumonia[2]. Additionally, U.S.… Read more »