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"There is no 'I' in research," says Benchfly's Alan Marnett. Researchers have become more and more inclined to collaborate with each other, and although speed is certainly one reason to collaborate, it's not the only one. "If we can understand what drives collaboration, it may be possible to help support and enable more of them in the future," Marnett says.

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