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ProQuest’s Pivot service, a web-based resource that identifies active sources of funding and matches them with researchers in one step, is said to have enhanced its popular “recommender service” to make it easier for users to zero in on the best opportunities and collaborators.

The enhancement enables users to apply facets such as funding type, requirements, and others that filter and sort the results list with greater precision, says the company. Other enhancements include broadened accessibility, making Pivot 508 compliant, and a “Curate” feature that enables Pivot administrators to build custom lists of opportunities.