Re-Writing Grants is Not the Same as Curing Disease | GenomeWeb

A new report released today stresses that continual flat funding at the NIH is hurting young researchers the most, says this article at Environmental News Network. The 20-page report, titled "A Broken Pipeline? Flat Funding of the NIH Puts a Generation of Science at Risk," profiles 12 junior researchers who are struggling to secure funding for biomedical research. "...

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