Collaborations are more important and more common in science nowadays, and a Nature editorial calls for researchers to embrace that trend and to expand their partnerships beyond national boundaries.  

The editorial says that "[t]he benefits of international partnership are clear," and adds that research from international teams receives more attention and more citations.

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