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HHMI international programs build science capacity in developing countries

ted researchers remain in or return to their home countries, keeping a national scientific tradition alive," says Peter Bruns, HHMI vice president for grants and special programs. "The effect of a research grant for one individual multiplies its value for others in a number of ways: training opportunities for students; equipment used by others within the home and neighboring institutions; electronic journal subscriptions for all members of the home institution; opportunities for collaboration and travel to meetings, and salary support, not only to the scholar but to her/his laboratory personnel."


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Contact: Jennifer Donovan
donovanj@hhmi.org
301-215-8859
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
5-Feb-2004


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