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March 1st, 2005
John Marburger III '62, a physicist and the top science adviser to President Bush, emphasized the need for fundamental research rather than politically popular applied science programs and responded to concerns over a decline in research funding to a large audience in Guyot 10 Tuesday.
Marburger said Congress should invest in nanotechnology, biotechnology, security spending and the National Institute of Standards and Technology this year.
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