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The US National Institute of General Medical Sciences will soon limit the number of grants already well-supported investigators may receive from the agency.

"Investigators with substantial, long-term, unrestricted research support may generally hold no more than one NIGMS research grant," NIGMS says in an announcement. The policy is set to go into effect at the beginning of 2016.

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