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navy federal credit union. >>> will science be sequestered? we hear from a top republican who oversees the hhs budget. and a key democrat on the tax writing ways and means committee. i'm steve usdin, welcome to "biocentury this week." >> your trusted source for biotechnology information and analysis. "biocentury this week." >>> when president obama delivers the state of the union address this week, he'll be speaking to a polarized congress that's stumbling from deadline to deadline. if congress doesn't act by march 1, budget sequestration will slash funding for biomedical research and oversight of the nation's food and medical products. today, we'll talk about sequestration with one of the most conservative republicans in congress, and one of the most liberal democrats.
navy federal credit union. >>> we're back with our distinguished round table discussion on the future of military electronic warfare. colonel schuette, i want to go to your point about the technological opportunities and challenges. >> a really good opportunity, i think, because of what is going on in the commercial world talking about earlier, and i have my prop, my iphone, on the block diagram on a smartphone is virtually identical to what we have in what's flying out in theater today. >> electronic warfare pod. >> ea-60-like capability, and being able to leverage. so the technology from the commercial world is readily available. it's not a technology problem, it's a commercial problem. >> you held up a commercial device. spectrum man agement is another piece of the puzzle. is the spectrum management plan that we've got something that's worrying you in terms of how we could constrict military bandwidth or military capability? >> it's a concern. whether it's a worry, it's got to be addressed pragmatically. gre
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