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Data-use agreements (DUAs) are a common requirement for sharing data between institutions, but inefficiencies in negotiation and executing such deals can significantly delay in research, according to a policy piece in Science this week. Researchers from Stanford University interviewed nearly 60 administrators and contract negotiators who participate in the DUA process at research institutes across the US.

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