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COVID-19 budget pressures threaten curiosity-driven science. That's a bad thing

By Vanessa McBride, Astronomer, International Astronomical Union's Office of Astronomy for Development
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The pandemic has underscored that the world requires agility for survival. That makes blue skies science, which encourages curiosity and nimble thinking, perhaps more important than ever.

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