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Major, Groundbreaking Increase in Hype in Grant Applications
Projects funded by the National Institutes of Health increasingly employ subjective and promotional language in describing research, a study finds.
Major, Groundbreaking Increase in Hype in Grant Applications
Major, Groundbreaking Increase in Hype in Grant Applications

Projects funded by the National Institutes of Health increasingly employ subjective and promotional language in describing research, a study finds.

Projects funded by the National Institutes of Health increasingly employ subjective and promotional language in describing research, a study finds.

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