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'Devil in the details' when US and European researchers try to work together under Horizon 2020.
International research collaborations could end in wake of US President Donald Trump’s decision.
Expansion of US carrier associated with an increase in partnerships of more than 30 percent.
Researcher-centric communication, collaboration and attribution platform powered by blockchain - with proof-of-existence and real-time, permanent, citing for all scientific and scholarly works.
The case for decentralized, trusted platforms for the dissemination of scientific information and attribution.
Ensure the benefits are felt by all involved, maintain a degree of distance and objectivity, protect the quality of consent and your publishing rights, and always choose your partners carefully.
Papers authored by academic and corporate partners are more widely discussed online.
Scientists who collaborate locally publish more papers and are more highly cited than those who engage in long-distance relationships.
Combining the minds of humans and machines to avoid confirmation bias.
An analysis of a collection of open-access datasets quantifies their benefit to the scientific community.
How many scientists does it take to change the world?
Save time and protect critical code with 'continuous integration' services.
External report criticizes lack of exploratory research.
Alfred Nobel didn’t foresee the current era of mega scientific collaboration.
A clear correlation between a nation's scientific influence and the links it fosters with foreign researchers exists.
Free online tools for networking, data sharing and measuring research impact.
Greater collaboration leading to the growing informal use and exchange of free material between researchers.
Funder reflections on the Open Science Prize.
Bilateral partnership may provide new blueprint for EU east-west collaboration.
A time-limited exercise in which academics from many disciplines and from all over the world were brought together virtually to produce an academic article.