[Immunology] Collaboration is Central to Productivity in Immunology Research

Arin280 via immuno%40net.bio.net (by arin280 from gmail.com)
Sun Jan 23 07:53:44 EST 2011

Dear Immunology Researcher,

Research management and organization affects your productivity.
Another key factor of productivity is the number and quality of your
research collaborations.

Over 90% of researchers use localized computer files to organize and
manage their research while only 7% collaborate with others using the
Web, specifically Web 2.0 technologies.

This indicates researchers are not working as productively as they
could, because researchers who collaborate more are more productive
than those who do not.

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Bay Arinze, Ph.D
Senior Editor
Empowering Collaboration=99

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