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Progressive Pursuits to Prevent Professional Paresis, Text Slide 5 of 37

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Slide title: Science funding

Slide words: NSF NIH
Research: Katy Börner
Indiana University

Slide image: Two diagrams comparing the locations of NSF (left) and NIH (right) publications on a journal-based map of science showing the fields of law, policy, economics, education, psychology, psychiatry, medicine, virology, infectious diseases, animal, plant, microbiology, biology, geo science, environment, chemistry, phys-chem, computer tech, math, statistics, comp sci, vision, physics, brain, MRI, bio-materials, cancer, and biochem

Credit: Kevin W. Boyak, Sandia National Laboratories and Richard Klavans, SciTech Strategies, Inc.

Slide background image: An illustration titled "The Synapse Revealed" showing a neuron preparing to transmit a signal to its target

Slide background credit: Graham Johnson, Graham Johnson Medical Media

Design by: Adrian Apodaca, National Science Foundation

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