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The speed with which funds from the stimulus package are given out by the NIH or NSF won't comprise the quality of the research, reports Science. To get the money out the door quickly and into researchers' hands, the funding agencies will look to the existing applicant pool and NIH is also soliciting for two-year challenge grants with an application deadline in late April. "Our instructions to the panels haven't changed," says Peter Marsh, the director of NSF's Division of Mathematical Sciences.

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