Over at the RWJF Pioneering Ideas blog, INQRI's senior program officer Lori Melichar raises an interesting discussion. Should research proposals be made public? As Lori explains, the Foundation has readily embraced use of social media and the sharing of information via the web to a large audience. However, the review of research proposals remains private to protect intellectual property. But, what if a proposal could be shared to attract additional funding interest?
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