Thursday, October 24, 2013

Federal Spending, and Science

It's never a bad time to post a good graph, this one from this week's Science:


The budget approved last week sets discretionary spending at $986 B, with defense spending $518 B of that, leaving $468 B for civilian programs (which includes spending on science).

One interesting quote from the article:



1 comment:

David Harris said...

This is the tragedy in some countries that government spend very low upon science and research. The figures and statistics presented by you are very helpful for people to know about science budget. Now buy research papers on line Resources and prepare such statistics and figures without any difficulty.