Collaborations in Academia: Making the most of it


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In academia, collaboration is a recurring topic, as it is seen as a valuable resource that helps research groups accomplish better results, more efficiently.

We usually define an academic collaborator as someone who can provide you with something that you need for a project, but don’t have immediately available: Expertise on a certain technique, a reagent, access to a specific equipment. Or vice-versa, you may have any of those easily accessible and people will approach you looking for help.