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NIH Makes Research Funding Data More “Transparent” To Public

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The National Institutes of Health is targeting the summer of 2008 for the launch of an improved system for reporting its funding levels for various research and disease categories, the agency said during an advisory council meeting in Rockville, Md. Sept. 5

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