12 Reasons to Establish a Collaboration (or Not)

As it turns out, we scientists are a very collaborative bunch!  Well at least according to our recent article, There is No ‘I’ in Research, where researchers overwhelmingly opted for sharing the biline with others in order to complete projects faster than going it alone.  But speed is just one reason we may consider working with collaborators, so to dig deeper into the reasons we seek out collaborations we’ve listed several potential benefits of working with others.  If we can understand what drives collaboration, it may be possible to help support and enable more of them in the future.




What are the most important reasons for establishing a collaboration? (Choose 3)

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Any other reasons you establish collaborations?



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  1. Jack H. Pincus

    wrote on March 21, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    Another reason is to solve complex problems that require a multidisciplinary approach. Ongoing collaborations on complex problems can be very rewarding professioally and personally provided collaborators have a compatible personalities and work styles..

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