Scenario 2:  Selective Science A nimble, interdisciplinary world in which resource scarcity drives new models of research to advance knowledge. Machines have taken over much of the rote work, which creates efficiencies but also limits opportunities for human participation.

When it comes to controversial science, a little knowledge is a problem

Public Universities Get an Education in Private Industry

The Automation of Science

As Amazon Pushes Forward With Robots, Workers Find New Roles

When Scientific Research Can’t Get Federal Funds, Private Money Steps In

The risks of philanthropist funding

The Circle (2017 film)

Public-Private Partnerships and the Cancer Moonshot Initiative

Billionaire’s gift pushes ocean sensors deeper in search of global warming’s hidden heat

Business R&D performed in US reached $356 billion in 2015

Postdoc mysteries

Trump’s first list of science priorities ignores climate – and departs from his own budget request

Sequence assembly

NSF awards $44 million for genomic research on range of plants, many economically important

About IPG (Interdisciplinary Plant Group)

Changes in the World of Science:  The Realities of Interdisciplinary Training

About the FDV PHD Program

Biomedical Philanthropy:  State of the donation

Plant-Biotic Interactions NSF Proposal

U.S. workers face higher risk of being replaced by robots.  Here’s why The Future of AI and Automation in the Workforce

Data Quality in Science

Machine Learning for Policymakers

Information technology for crop management