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Brazil scientists’ representative says 30,000 researchers awaiting funds, protests budget cuts

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the vice president of the Brazilian Society for the Advancement of Science Fernanda Sobral, the cuts in science in Brazil mean the crippling of research in the country.

"The CNPq is the main agency promoting research, and when it was about to be voted on in the mixed budget committee a letter came from the Ministry of Economy requesting that 90% of it be used for other purposes," she . . .

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