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collaboration

Working together on a project. See collaborative software, collaborative browsing, groupware and CSCW.
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This paradigm of integrated intervention and evaluation serves as a means of combining social action, community collaboration, and accountability.
The case study is used to explore the links between collaboration and assessment and to highlight the potential benefits of collaboration in a higher education setting.
ebXML BPSS defines a business process foundation that promotes the automation and predictable exchange of business collaboration definitions using XML.
Findings from the data suggested the need for a field-based program that promoted collaboration among teachers, stronger school-university linkages, and an emphasis on educational practices that address the diverse learner.
Alkermes today announced the mutual termination of a collaboration with Schering-Plough Corporation for the development of a sustained release formulation of Schering-Plough's Intron(R) A (interferon alfa-2b) product.
Systemically administered small molecule Hedgehog agonist for the treatment of neurological disorders (in collaboration with Wyeth):
If we evaluate this scenario using the teaming model for collaboration as the standard, this "collaboration" was clearly not successful.
MFIC and UML have also jointly funded the initial three research projects under the Collaboration at UML's Nanomanufacturing Center of Excellence (NCOE).
Senomyx has entered into product discovery and development collaborations with six of the world's leading packaged food and beverage companies: Ajinomoto Co.
IG2 dramatically expands small, medium, and large group collaboration with:
E[acute accent]About the new Genentech/Curis Collaboration

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