Internet Resources, which was started 10 years ago as the Federal Information Exchange and then renamed Research and Management Systems, plans to add new services that could translate into more time in the lab and less time searching for grants and science information. As a one-stop Web site, will provide access to journal articles, scientific supplies and equipment, and news and employment information. Most importantly, the site will have information on small-business research-funding opportunities and funding notices from the United States and abroad. Researchers will also have the option of E-mail alerts for such opportunities. All services will be free until at least May 31 this year, and then there will be a charge for premium services. Eventually subscribers will be able to apply for grants from the Web site and use proprietary Web tools to collaborate with colleagues and create teaming opportunities. "What makes us unique is...

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