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November 26, 2012 3:05 PM

Fiscal cliff threatens scientific research, experts warn

. Scientists and inventors such as Joe DeSimone will be keeping an eye on the budget deal-making in Washington over the next month, because if negotiators fail to steer the nation away from the fiscal cliff, automatic spending cuts will chop back federal support for scientific research.

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