US federal agencies that are funded above certain levels, like the National Institutes of Health, allocate part of those funds into programs to support small businesses, writes Sally Rockey, the deputy director for extramural research at NIH at her Rock Talk blog. In a recent post, she looks at the distribution of those grants across the US.

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