December 4, 2011
Universities Are Hopeful as U.S. Considers New Rules for Grant Reimbursement
Revisions in federal rules defining how universities get reimbursed for scientific-grant expenses could soon bring relief to thousands of researchers involved in billions of dollars in government-sponsored research.
Universities have a lot not to like about the rules, published in a document known as Circular A-21, or at least about the way they're being interpreted now. Much of the trouble stems from the simple fact that the federal budget is being cut. Because of that, many of the
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