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Spotlight on the NIH

The National Institutes of Health spent more than 90% of its $27.17 billion FY 2003 budget on grants to support R&D activities in the United States. This was spread among nearly 2,900 institutions and morethan 52,000 awards.- Ken KostelSources: National Institutes of Health, American Association for the Advancement of Science

Ken Kostel
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The National Institutes of Health spent more than 90% of its $27.17 billion FY 2003 budget on grants to support R&D activities in the United States. This was spread among nearly 2,900 institutions and morethan 52,000 awards.

- Ken Kostel

Sources: National Institutes of Health, American Association for the Advancement of Science

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