A Changing Landscape in Collaboration

Trends in research collaboration, and how institutions are adapting

The landscape of research collaboration has transformed in recent years, along with the ways in which institutions have been developing their practices to both drive and adapt to these changes. But what are the most significant trends, and how can you make your organization future proof? 

Collaboration operates at different levels, from individual researchers and research projects to the initiatives of different research groups and disciplines, and up to the overarching strategic direction of partnerships. Download the white paper and get the latest insights from our experts.

"The key to successful collaboration is to find the right person, but it’s very difficult for a single researcher to obtain a full picture of the research landscape. Institutions have the advantage to pursue this kind of intelligence and support their researchers with the necessary information" - Rong Ju

Key insights from five Springer Nature experts

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Simon Baker

Chief Editor / Nature Index

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Rong Ju

Group Product Manager / Data & Analytics Solutions Greater China & South Korea

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Ikuko Oba

Director of Commercial Partnerships / Southeast Asia & Oceania

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David Payne

Managing Editor Careers & Supplements / Nature

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Steven Riddell

Director of Consulting / Nature Research Intelligence

Future proof your organization with the key findings

This white paper brings together insights, from five experts within Springer Nature, into how the landscape of research collaboration has transformed. The key findings show ways to:

  1. Improve the strategic direction of collaborative efforts
  2. Support and encourage researchers with individual collaborative projects

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