National Patterns of R&D Resources: 1994 - Foreword
NSF 95-304

Foreword

In monitoring the resources used in U.S. science and technology, the National Science Foundation assembles and analyzes information about the money and people devoted to research and development and compares that performance with the efforts under way around the globe. Since 1956 we have been issuing reports that summarize national trends. These reports complement the National Science Board's Science & Engineering Indicators volumes, which have been published biennially since 1972, and provide an overview of material presented in several other reports issued by the Division of Science Resources Studies.

Kenneth M.Brown,
Director,Division of Science Resources Studies
Directorate of Social, Behavorial and Economic Sciences

March 1995

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Note: Data in this report are current as of March 1995.


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