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Analysis: Some researchers 'double-dipping' into funds

Accepting money from multiple sources for same work is generally prohibited

11:28 PM, Jan. 30, 2013
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Tens of millions of research dollars may have been awarded in the past decade to already funded research projects despite rules against duplicate funding, suggests an analysis of science grant awards.

Government and private research funding organization rules generally prohibit scientists from accepting funds for the same project from different sources, without disclosing the money.

Such "double-dipping" by researchers, however, may account for nearly $70 million in overlapping funds awarded by the National Institutes of Health, Department of Defense, National Science ...

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