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national | sci-tech | opinion/analysis Tuesday June 20, 2006 18:30 by Sean Crudden - impero sean.crudden at iol dot ie Jenkinstown, Dundalk, Co Louth. 087 9739945
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What do we expect from our investment in science over the next seven years? Do we really want science at all? Maybe we would be more content to persevere with the quackery and the money-making?
"The older money helped to build research labs, funded the brightest and best scientists and bought them the tools they needed to conduct research. This new funding will further enhance our scientific talent bank and attract world-class researchers to our shores."