NSF science research funds are flowing again after the shutdown

The U.S. agency says it will take time to assess the government shutdown’s impact on science

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HAZY HORIZON  Now that the U.S. government shutdown is over, the National Science Foundation has reopened its coffers to researchers, like those who study air pollution.

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