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December 3rd, 2003

Congress Approves 5.0% Increase for NSF

Abstract:
Running out of both time and cooperation, House and Senate leaders have combined the remaining FY 2004 unfinished appropriations bills into a massive omnibus funding bill, H.R. 2673. Under this legislation, the National Science Foundation's budget will increase by 5.0%, or $267.9 million for FY 2004. The conference agreement includes $255,000,000 for nanotechnology programs throughout the directorates, an increase of $34,000,000 over fiscal year 2003. [Using NSF figures, this is an adjusted 14.6% increase.]

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