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Just rubbing elbows with other sharp scientific minds might not be enough to give your career a boost, a recent study from Albert-László Barabási at Northeastern University and his colleagues in Scientific Reports says.

Barabási and his team scoured more than 420,00 scientific papers to track the affiliations and careers of some 237,000 physicists.

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