ACS Past-President, Joe Francisco (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) and Matthew Michalsaka-Smith (University of Chicago) talk about the importance of international collaboration and why it is vital to your scientific career.
Dr. Rebecca Keiser, Head of the Office of International Science & Technology (OISE) at the National Science Foundation spoke to a live and web audience about the big ideas and processes coming out of the NSF and highlighted the importance of global scientific collaboration.
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ACS past President writes about the importance of international scientific collaborations.
An analysis published in Nature finds that internationally mobile authors have roughly 40% higher citation rates than authors affiliated with only one country.
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