Canada prepared for global 'marketplace of ideas'?

A major transformation is taking place in the way scientific research is conducted. Gone are the days of scientists toiling away in their labs in isolation. In today's era of globalization, research is about collaboration. Increasingly, scientists around the world are coming together—physically and virtually—to tackle the pressing challenges facing society.

Eliot Phillipson
Published: Wednesday, 03/10/2010 12:00 am EST

A major transformation is taking place in the way scientific research is conducted. Gone are the days of scientists toiling away in their labs in isolation. In today's era of globalization, research is about collaboration. Increasingly, scientists around the world are coming together—physically and virtually—to tackle the pressing challenges facing society.

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