The Senate will discuss a bill on technological counteraction to China

If adopted, $ 100 billion will be spent on research in important areas of science.

The Senate has overwhelmingly decided to begin debating a bill aimed at cutting-edge technology research in the next five years. The move comes amid growing competitive pressure from China.

If passed, the “Endless Frontier Act” bill will allocate $ 100 billion to invest in basic and advanced research, commercialize research, and allow for educational and training programs in key technology areas.

Senate Democratic Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said the bill would be debated within the next two weeks and called it “a unique investment in American science and American technology.”

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