Collaborative research networks work.

  title={Collaborative research networks work.},
  author={Anamaria A. Camargo and Andrew J G Simpson},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  volume={112 4},
Brazil was heralded for completion of the first genome sequence of a plant pathogen following the development of a virtual research center - a collaborative network of laboratories throughout the state of São Paulo, drawing on the expertise of a dispersed and diverse scientific community and on investment from both the government and the private sector. Strategies key to the success of this model are discussed here in the context of continuing collaborative scientific endeavors in both… CONTINUE READING

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