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What are the pros and cons of having governments at all levels regulating scientific research?

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To determine: The cons and pros in the regulation of scientific research by the governments at all the levels.

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The advantages in the regulation of scientific research by the governments at all the levels are given below:

  • • Applied regulations by the government prevent the chances of exploitation of the environment and public.
  • • Researchers that provide benefits to the society by their research work are offered financial support by the government.
  • • The government set some boundaries to prevent the working of researchers based on their will, as not all the theories result in the benefit of society...

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