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The dawn of research networking

The dawn of research networking

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Published by Titus Schleyer
Science in general, and biomedical research in particular, is becoming more collaborative. As a result, collaboration with the right individuals, teams and institutions is increasingly crucial for scientific progress. We propose “research networking systems” (RNS) as a new type of system designed to help scientists identify and choose collaborators, and suggest a corresponding research agenda.
Science in general, and biomedical research in particular, is becoming more collaborative. As a result, collaboration with the right individuals, teams and institutions is increasingly crucial for scientific progress. We propose “research networking systems” (RNS) as a new type of system designed to help scientists identify and choose collaborators, and suggest a corresponding research agenda.

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Published by: Titus Schleyer on Aug 26, 2011
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The dawn ofresearchnetworking: Aproposedresearch agenda
Titus Schleyer, DMD, PhD
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, BrianButler, PhD
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, Mei Song, PhD
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, HeikoSpallek, DMD, PhD
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University of Pittsburgh
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University of Maryland
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Research agenda for RNS
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“Finally, I'm sorry to say that
the paper is written in a verybland, boring manner. It isfilled with "tion" words andpassive voice. Nothing happens
in this paper!”
 
Reviewer 1, Schleyer et al..,Conceptualizing and advancing research networking systems. ACM TOCHI, in print 
 
Research agenda for RNS
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Why the “dawn” of researchnetworking?”
 
2006: ~3 of 12 initial CTSA proposals included
“research networking”
 
NCRR et al.: “Where is the problem?”
 
$12m VIVO grant award
high rate of academic and industryinnovation (look around)

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