Do you spend too much time answering CAPTCHA on NIH reporter?

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If you use NIH’s reporter to identify leads or experts in a field, you probably find yourself answering CAPTCHA a lot of times. Sometimes you need to identify crosswalks, sometimes bridges, sometimes buses, traffic lights etc. A screen shot is below.

If you just need to do a few times, that’s probably fine. But it becomes extremely tedious and time consuming when you need to answer a few hundred or more such CAPTCHA challenges.

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A sample of NIH grant holder report

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