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TitleAccomplishments of Long-Term Research and Development
Author(s)Jordy, George Y.
Publication DateJuly 01, 1988
Report NumberER-72
Unique IdentifierACC0495
Other NumbersOSTI ID: 1095501
Research OrgU.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Energy Research (ER) and Offices of the Assistant Secretaries for Conservation and Renewable Energy and Fossil Energy
Sponsoring OrgU.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
KeywordsHigh Energy Physics; Magnetic Fusion Energy; Biological and Environmental Research; Nuclear Medicine; Basic Energy Sciences; Renewable Energy; Conservation; Fossil Energy
Related Web PagesHuman Genome: DOE Origins
AbstractTechnological breakthroughs cannot be penciled on the calendar in advance. The rate of new technological discovery, while highly uncertain, depends on a base of knowledge acquired earlier. In the economic environment of 1980, progress in basic research, which builds the technology base that will underpin future energy development by Government and industry, was being slowed as cost increases due to inflation grew faster than funding increase.
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