Scientists like to bounce around ideas to see things from different perspectives and collaboration has been shown to increase research productivity. Despite this, only 44% of scientists surveyed say their organisation has a high level of internal collaboration and only a third say diversity is a reality at their organisation. This is quite the paradox. What can be done to solve this?
say that the burden of administrative duties reduces the time they and their teams have for research
say that greater diversity among teams is critical to ensuring the productivity of scientific research
believe that outsourcing leads to a decline in in the productivity of scientific research
research on scientific research?
What's the current state of scientific research productivity? What questions need to be asked to ensure such research is more productive in the future? We’ve conducted a study to explore which levers need to be pulled to increase productivity.
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