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February 08, 2011

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Hey Anna, just a note that the "science faltering" article looks at the crude and, to my mind, useless metric of the total number of articles published per dollar of funding. It's much harder but much more useful to consider actual advancement of scientific knowledge. I'd love to see that study!

Point well taken. Thanks Andy!

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