The new fiscal year 2021 budget proposal from the Trump administration would increase funding for research and development by $142 billion over the administration’s previous year’s budget, but will still reduce overall spending for science and technology from alternative proposals coming from the U.S. House of Representatives.

Basic science funding would be hard hit under the Trump administration priorities.

A rundown of all of the programs that would be cut under the administration’s budget was published by Science Magazine and it includes:

National Institutes of Health: a cut of 7%, or $2.942 billion, to $36.965 billion National Science Foundation (NSF): a cut of 6%, or $424 million, to $6.328 billion Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Office of Science: a cut of 17%, or $1.164 billion, to $5.760

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