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ABC News Online of Australia reports that the National Health and Medical Research Council has pushed back their application deadlines to March 22, following complications with its online grants system. Researchers who are having difficulties with the system described it as "slow" and clearly "under stress, " to Emily Bourke at ABC. Last week, the NHMRC sent e-mails to researchers to apologize for the glitches in the system.

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