These days, even long-time renewal grants are having a tough time securing federal funds. That's the case for New Mexico State University's Minority Access to Research Careers program, which has been funded by the US National Institute of General Medical Sciences for the last 36 years, reports NMSU's Janet Perez in the Las Cruces Sun-News.

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