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IBEW delegates to its 2016 conference in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, urge scientists not to base science and scientific results solely on their federal agency budgets. (Phys.org)
IBEW delegates to its 2016 conference in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, urge scientists not to base science and scientific results solely on their federal agency budgets (Phys.org)
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