NIH Casts Critical Eye on How It Gives Grants

Nearly $15-billion for colleges is at stake in a review of the process for evaluating proposals

December 07, 2007 Premium content for subscribers. Subscribe Today

The National Institutes of Health's methods for reviewing and financing academic research proposals are often praised as the gold standard. Some American scientists, though, have recently offered less flattering descriptions, like "broken" and...

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