Early career researchers fight to receive grants because granting committees are known to favor esteemed and more established researchers. Does scientific innovation and advancement take a back seat due to this? Is there a need for granting committees to shift their concentrate from the researcher to the research? Can awarding grants to youthful researchers early in their career bring a significant switch in academic research? This post discusses these questions and attempts at finding answers to them.
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