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Researchers in the UK will start to see a bit more cash flowing their way, reports ScienceInsider's Daniel Clery. George Osborne, chancellor of the exchequer, recently announce that his autumn budget would include £200 million for research infrastructure. Though this only goes a short way to restoring science budgets that were severely cut during the UK's round of austerity measures, it does give researchers a little bit of good news, Clery says.

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