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New research relationships developing due to dwindling dollars
Agronomic science gets a boost by building public and private partnerships, already resulting in an infusion of needed money for research and extension programs, but also supporting the legitimacy of work being done by both companies and universities. (2012-02-17)

A tool for cooperation among companies involved in restoration and maintenance of old buildings
Tecnalia is participating in the creation of a new computer tool that facilitates cooperation among European companies in the sector of construction related to the restoration and maintenance of old buildings, including those registered as Historical Heritage Buildings. (2011-09-13)

Collaboration encourages equal sharing in children but not in chimpanzees
Children as young as three years of age share toy rewards equally with a peer, but only when both collaborated in order to gain them. (2011-07-20)

UK expands scientific collaboration with China
Scientific and technical collaboration between the United Kingdom and China has expanded further with the signing of a new agreement covering sectors including energy, advanced engineering and life sciences. (2011-07-01)

RIKEN and Max Planck Society establish Joint Research Center for Systems Chemical Biology
RIKEN and the Max Planck Society signed an agreement on April 27, 2011, to strengthen their collaboration by establishing a joint research center for systems chemical biology, a field that seeks to achieve a systematic understanding of biological systems from a chemistry perspective. (2011-04-28)

Sino-Danish cooperation on the computational design of advanced materials for wind turbines
The high reliability of wind turbine blades is especially important for large and extra large wind turbines. It can be ensured by the development of strong and highly damage resistant advanced materials. The Materials Research Division at Risoe DTU has received a grant from the Danish Council for Strategic Research to develop the scientific basis and computational tools for the microstructural optimization of materials for wind blades. (2011-03-22)

OSC partners with P&G on modeling and simulation projects
The Ohio Supercomputer Center has signed a collaboration agreement with the Procter & Gamble Company, enabling the two to work together on modeling and simulation projects aimed at accelerating innovation collaboration between industry and academia. The collaboration is the first at the Ohio State University enacted under P&G's master alliance agreement with Ohio colleges and universities. P&G uses computer modeling and simulation techniques in the research and development of many of its leading commercial brands. (2011-02-28)

Biotech collaboration established to commercialize research reagents
The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, Australia, has entered a collaboration with New Jersey-based medical technology company BD to evaluate and potentially develop for research and diagnostic use some of the institute's reagents. (2010-10-17)

EPA and other federal agencies collaborate to improve chemical screening
The US EPA, the NIEHS National Toxicology Program and the NIH Chemical Genomics Center welcome the US FDA to the Tox21 collaboration. The Tox21 collaboration merges federal agency resources to develop ways to more effectively predict how chemicals will affect human health and the environment. The collaboration develops models to better predict how chemicals will affect humans. FDA will provide additional expertise and chemical safety information to improve current chemical testing methods. (2010-07-19)

Furthering European research
In a Statement of Intent signed today, the European Commission and the members of EIROforum formalize their desire to maintain and further develop their cooperation, for the benefit of European science. (2010-06-24)

Pfizer joins open-access medicinal chemistry public-private collaboration
The Structural Genomics Consortium and Pfizer today announced that Pfizer will join the SGC-led public-private collaboration to generate small molecule inhibitors -- (2010-06-10)

Who does what on Wikipedia?
The patterns of collaboration between Wikipedia contributors have a direct effect on the data quality of an article, according to a new paper co-authored by a University of Arizona professor and graduate student. (2010-03-11)

Penn joins international collaboration in government and academics to research 'soft matter'
The University of Pennsylvania's Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter has entered into a multiyear agreement with specialty chemical producer Rhodia and the French National Center for Scientific Research to launch an international, public-private research collaboration in soft condensed matter. (2010-02-26)

NTU ramps up international research -- inks deals with 4 leading Turkish universities
Nanyang Technological University -- Singapore's leading science and technology university -- is ramping up its efforts in promoting international collaboration in top-level research and in student and faculty/staff exchanges with new tie-ups with four top universities in Turkey. This first-ever partnership between NTU and Turkish universities will also see collaboration in joint research activities, including organizing joint workshops, the supervision of Ph.D. students and the exchange of information, including research publications and library materials. (2009-11-17)

Clemson researcher teams up internationally with Marie Curie Fellowship
Clemson University chemical engineering professor Mark C. Thies has received a Marie Curie Fellowship for $142,000 to develop molecular models for advanced-carbon materials that have the potential to be used in strong, yet lightweight transportation vehicles, wind turbines and more energy-efficient aircraft. (2009-08-05)

Imperial College London and NTU collaborate to offer joint Ph.D. programs in engineering and science
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Imperial College London have signed an agreement that will enable these two leading universities to offer highly attractive joint Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programs in engineering and science. The NTU-Imperial College Joint Ph.D. degree program will commence with Ph.D. programs in bioengineering and chemical and biomolecular engineering. It will subsequently be extended to Ph.D. degrees for all engineering and science disciplines. (2009-04-06)

Nanyang Technological University and University of California, Berkeley pursue research alliance
UC Berkeley and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, aims to achieve new peaks in research excellence through collaboration in three research areas which are of significance globally -- synthetic biology, stem cells and energy efficiency. Moving forward, faculty from the two universities will be working on joint research projects on an equal footing, including bringing in resources and funding. (2009-03-26)

Precision measurement of W boson mass portends stricter limits for Higgs particle
Scientists of the DZero collaboration at the Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory have achieved the world's most precise measurement of the mass of the W boson by a single experiment. Combined with other measurements, the reduced uncertainty of the W boson mass will lead to stricter bounds on the mass of the elusive Higgs boson. (2009-03-11)

Kent State project to encourage government collaboration, efficiency
The Fund for Our Economic Future has awarded funding to Kent State University to assist local governments in Northeast Ohio in working together more effectively. The funds will be used to carry out a new Call to Action program created by the Fund for Our Economic Future to foster more efficient and effective government collaboration in Northeast Ohio. (2009-02-19)

Researchers find new way of measuring 'reality' of virtual worlds
A research team, led by North Carolina State University's Dr. Mitzi M. Montoya, has developed a new way of measuring how (2008-10-29)

Europe's first virtual brain imaging lab offers hope for stroke sufferers
Research into conditions like strokes, Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia and cancer will be significantly advanced by a unique collaboration between six Scottish universities. (2008-10-15)

Iowa State, ConocoPhillips and National Renewable Energy Lab to cooperate on biofuels research
Iowa State University, ConocoPhillips and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory have agreed to cooperate on research projects designed to advance the conversion of cellulosic biomass into biofuels. The collaboration is expected to produce an initial report by next January. (2008-03-31)

Wiley-Blackwell and the Cochrane Collaboration extend publishing partnership
Wiley-Blackwell, the scientific, technical, medical and scholarly publishing business of John Wiley and Sons, Inc., today announced that the Cochrane Collaboration, the not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving health care decision-making globally, renewed their partnership to publish the Cochrane Library. (2008-01-15)

Low-income countries now have free, one-click access to Cochrane Library
Wiley-Blackwell, the scientific, technical, medical and scholarly publishing business of John Wiley & Sons Inc., and the Cochrane Collaboration, the not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving healthcare decision-making globally, today announced that they had made the Cochrane Library available with free one-click access to all residents of countries in the World Bank's list of low-income economies (countries with a gross national income (GNI) per capita of less that $1000). (2007-12-20)

New Scandinavian collaboration boosts nanotech development
The nano centers of the universities in South West Scandinavia enter a strategic collaboration to promote the development and commercialization of nanotechnology. (2007-10-24)

Montana State University joins search for gravitational waves
Montana State University scientists who search for black holes and super novas are now part of an international group devoted to gravitational waves. The waves, when detected, will offer a new way to explore and understand the universe. (2007-04-19)

Breakthrough for The Planet
Today, February 17, the Web site The Planet Infact was launched in English. The Planet -- a science portal, a TV series on prime time and a movie -- turned out to be one of the most successful Swedish campaigns ever in communicating global change issues. (2007-02-17)

Norway signs bilateral agreement on science and technology with the United States
Norway will enter into a bilateral agreement on science and technology with the United States. The agreement was signed by the Norwegian Minister of Education and Research in Washington D.C. today, Friday December 9. (2005-12-09)

Ape computers introduced in the US
Ape computers will be introduced in the Usa on May 19th and 20th during the meeting (2005-05-16)

The future's bright for diamond dust
Expensive, bulky TV screens could be a thing of the past thanks to a collaboration between the University of Bristol and Advance Nanotech announced today to develop new display technology made from diamond dust. (2004-12-16)

ESMO and Imedex announce partnership for the World Congress on Gastrointestinal Cancer
Imedex, Inc. and The European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) today announced their collaboration in the promotion of The World Congress on Gastrointestinal CancerĀ®, a clinically-focused Congress that has attracted thousands of oncologists and gastroenterologists since its inception in 1999. (2004-12-15)

First Double Star satellite successfully launched
This evening, the Chinese National Space Administration (CNSA) successfully launched TC-1, the first of two scientific satellites known as Double Star. (2003-12-29)

Study shows strong association between academic collaboration and scientific publishing productivity
Academic scientists and engineers have long been encouraged to collaborate on research projects and papers, but until recently little information has existed about the benefits of these interactions. A new Georgia Institute of Technology study provides strong evidence that academic collaboration really does pay off in improved scientific productivity. (2003-02-16)

DHHS designates Brown as national site for Cochrane Collaboration
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awarded $2.3 million to Brown University for the establishment of the U.S. Cochrane Center. It is part of the Cochrane Collaboration, a global network with centers in 13 countries that promotes evidence-based healthcare. (2002-12-12)

Scientist explores the future of research collaboration
Why do scientists collaborate? asks Donald deB. Beaver in (2002-05-02)

How To Improve Relationships Between Primary Care And Social Services
Looking at the benefits of collaboration between primary health and social services staff, Caroline Glendinning et al from the University of Manchester stress that, while basing a social worker or care manager in general practice can be beneficial to professionals and patients, planning services together can have longer term benefits. (1998-07-10)

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