Funding for CMT

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Funding for CMT

Postby greensfunction » Sat Jan 09, 2016 2:49 pm

Does anyone know what the funding climate for CMT has been like? I understand that funding for HEP-th has been on a decline, and this information can be found online. However, I am unable to find any information online on how funding has been for CMT in the recent years. Is funding for CMT generally higher than funding for HEP-th? Thanks!

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