Two former researchers have joined forces with a computer scientist to develop a service that matches scientists with grant opportunities, Nature News reports. The trio's web- and email-based service, called Instrumentl, has more than 10,000 users, it adds, noting that some 1,000 researchers have signed up each week since a free option was announced. There are also paid versions.

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