Government Grants Within The United States Science and Technology Sector

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The United States of America prides itself as one of the most technologically-advanced countries in the world. Boosting some of this generation's biggest state-of-the-art research laboratories, the United States government is constantly looking for ways to support and improve the nation's science and technology sector.

Aside from serving as a major financial and economical forefront, science and technology also serves as one of the most essential facets of human discovery. It poses great promise and potential in enriching the lives of people, not only the Americans, but also human beings all over the world.

In an effort to sustain, improve, and support the science and technology sector, the United States government has established various agencies that are specifically tasked to address science and technology research and development concerns.

On top of the list, is the National Science Foundation, otherwise referred to as NSF. The NSF was established in the year 1950 to support fundamental research studies and education in all the non-medical fields of science and engineering. The primary mission of the NSF is "to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; and to secure the national defense."   (continued...)

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