AAAS Report XXXVIII: Research and Development FY 2014
Date Published: 
13 June 2013
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coverXXXVIIIThe 315-page report was officially released in June, a bit later than normal following the delayed release of the President's FY 2014 budget. This reference work provides a comprehensive analysis of R&D in the President's FY 2014 budget request, including specialized analyses by theme, major agency, and discipline.

 

 

Table of Contents

List of Tables

Front Matter, Table of Contents and Preface

PART I: OVERVIEW
Chapter 1 and Highlights
Federal R&D in the FY 2014 Budget: An Introduction
Matt Hourihan, AAAS

Chapter 2
Historical Trends in Federal R&D
Matt Hourihan, AAAS

Chapter 3
Political and Policy Context for the FY 2014 Budget
Joanne Padrón Carney, AAAS

Chapter 4
Education and Workforce Development in the FY 2014 Budget
Richard Weibl, Yolanda L. Comedy, and Shirley M. Malcom, AAAS

Overview Tables

PART II: AGENCY R&D BUDGETS

Chapter 5
Department of Defense
Travis Doom, CSPO

Chapter 6
National Science Foundation
Amy Scott and Tobin Smith, AAU

Chapter 7
National Institutes of Health
Erin Heath, AAAS

Chapter 8
Department of Energy
Michael S. Lubell, APS

Chapter 9
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Ross B. Garelick Bell, AIAA

Chapter 10
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Elizabeth Allred, Ian L. Maw, and Eddie G. Gouge, APLU

Chapter 11
Department of Homeland Security
Jodi Lieberman, APS

Chapter 12
Other Selected Agencies (Commerce, DOT, Interior, EPA, VA)
Kasey Shewey White, GSA; Sara Spizzirri, AAAS; Heather Kelly, APA

Agency Tables

PART III: DISCIPLINARY ANALYSES

Chapter 13
Physics in the FY 2014 Budget
Christopher J. Mustain, COC

Chapter 14
Astronomy and Astrophysics in the FY 2014 Budget
Joel R. Parriott and Kevin B. Marvel, AAS

Chapter 15
Climate in the FY 2014 Budget
Jonah V. Steinbuck and Paul A. T. Higgins, AMS

Chapter 16
Earth Sciences in the FY 2014 Budget
Maeve Boland and Wilson Bonner, AGI

Chapter 17
Biological and Ecological Sciences in the FY 2014 Budget
Julie Palakovich Carr, AIBS; and Nadine Lymn, ESA

Chapter 18
Chemical Sciences in the FY 2014 Budget
Keri A. Moss, Caroline M. Trupp Gil, and Katherine P. Weber, ACS

Chapter 19
Social and Behavioral Science Research in the FY 2014 Budget
Howard J. Silver and Angela L. Sharpe, COSSA; Heather Kelly and Patricia Kobor, APA; and Gerald R. Sroufe, AERA

Chapter 20
Federal Statistics in the FY 2014 Budget
Katherine R. Smith, COPAFS

Chapter 21
Mathematical Sciences in the FY 2014 Budget
Samuel M. Rankin III, AMS

Chapter 22
Computing Research in the FY 2014 Budget
Peter Harsha and Melissa Norr, CRA

Chapter 23
National Nanotechnology Investment in the FY 2014 Budget
M.C. Roco, ASME

Chapter 24
Electrotechnology-Related Research in the FY 2014 Budget
Chris J. Brantley, IEEE-USA

Chapter 25
Mechanical Engineering in the FY 2014 Budget
Stephen D. Tse, ASME

Chapter 26
Materials Science in the FY 2014 Budget
Ronald L. Kelley and Jocelyn D. Goldblatt, MRS

Chapter 27
Food, Nutrition, Agriculture, and Natural Resource Sciences in the FY 2014 Budget
William Fisher, IFT; Sarah Ohlhorst, ASN; Karl Anderson and Karl Glasener, ASA, CSSA, SSSA; Lowell Randel, FASS; and Jim Gulliford, SWCS

Appendix 1 The Federal Budget Process 101

Appendix 2 Methodology and Data Sources

Appendix 3 Definitions

Appendix 4 Committee on Science, Engineering and Public Policy

Appendix 5 Intersociety Working Group Directory


The AAAS Board of Directors, in accordance with Association policy, has approved the publication of this work as a contribution to the understanding of an important area. Any interpretations and conclusions are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent views of the Board or the Council of the Association.