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Scientists Warn of Long Term Consequences of Budget Sequestration: BioInformatics LLC Report
Date:2/27/2013

Arlington, VA (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

Life scientists responding to a recent survey warned Congress and the Administration that the impending budget sequestration could have grave consequences for the future of biological and medical research in the U.S. “The need for well-educated scientists in the U.S. is often discussed as being a priority with both the Administration and Congress. What better way to deter potential researchers than to continuously cut or keep static funding to the life sciences?" asks Kathryn Scott, a Laboratory Manager at a leading university medical center. "Spending needs to be controlled; however, the need to keep the best and brightest in science and technology is greater. Cutting funding will deter those considering careers in the life sciences and those already employed as scientists to look elsewhere for a use of their talents.”

BioInformatics LLC, the premier research and advisory firm in the life science industry, conducted a survey of U.S. academic, government and pharmaceutical scientists to gauge the impact of the planned cutbacks in federal funding for research and their implications for life science tools companies. The free report can be downloaded here:

Life Scientist Reactions to the Impending Budget Sequestration

“69% of U.S. life scientists expect that sequestration will have a ‘substantial impact’ on their research,” says Bill Kelly, President of BioInformatics LLC. “When we asked about the immediate effects they expect as the result of the sequester, scientists across all market segments predict the cutbacks will limit their ability to hire new staff for their labs, obtain new grants and attend scientific conferences.”

Life science tools companies can expect lower sales as a near-term reaction to the
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