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A requested 15% increase for the Department of Energy's DOE's Office of Science was trimmed to 5% in order to provide a 23% increase in DOE's energy R&D programs, including carbon sequestration, biomass, and solar energy. The proposed $4.7 billion for DOE's Office of Science would be a 19% increase, restoring funding for the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, physics, and other basic research projects hard hit by the FY 2008 final appropriation.
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