It is a known fact that ever since World War II ended, United States of America has the held the top position in terms of biomedical research. The System in the US is preeminent globally. It has given birth to medical advances that have revolutionised the sector. It has even facilitated the growth of dynamic and innovative business which has resulted in creating high-quality jobs all over the country. The consequence of these professions has been a spur in economic output of America and an increase in the export economy.
When measured in specific terms, US remains the worldwide leader of science and technology. Some of these factors include:
• Funding Level
• Number of Scientists Supported
• Discoveries Made
• Awards Received
• Industries Supported
• Impact on the Quality of Health
While the measurement of these aspects keeps United State at the top rank when it comes to activities related to STEM the global share of US is decreasing. The decline has been happening over the course of a few years because of several core challenges. It is augmented by the rise of other countries like China. The fear is that, if the current decline continues, US will lose its hold, vitality, promise, and productivity.