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  • adj. That is involved in, or aids collaboration; collaborative
  • n. A networked organization in which scientists can collaborate

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Examples

  • They have a small game-ish "collaboratory" but no program, no internships, very little cross-over.

    Job Postings

  • It will be the first of its kind in California, a "collaboratory" designed specifically to allow scientists from all four institutions to conduct multidisciplinary stem cell research using cutting-edge technology in a cutting-edge complex that will be gold-certified by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Building Rating System.

    Fore, right!

  • R amp; D IBM locates major risk 'collaboratory' in Ireland: Computing giant IBM is establishing a new R.. ireland Talent and the crisis: Courtesy of Paul Krugman, here is a lovely little piece by Ca .. ireland SiliconRepublic. com: Ireland must foster creative entrepreneurship …

    Irish Blogs

  • As part of the project, IBM researchers will create a "collaboratory" with Melbourne University and share skills, assets and resources to achieve a common research goal.

    ZDNET.com.au

  • You can join this "one-day 'collaboratory' of the best thinkers, mavericks, strategists, scientists and pioneers and spend a day synthesising this collective brainpower into a shared strategic vision of the future we want, benefiting all contributors - a high quality, one day download of the latest thinking and emerging practice."

    TreeHugger

  • When I interviewed IBM Research chief John Kelly for our package on global research strategies, he told me IBM CEO Sam Palmisano is urging him to make even more of his "collaboratory" initiative-where he's forming research ventures with countries, universities, and other corporations.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • "collaboratory," aims to accelerate the progress of individual research groups, harness the drug discovery capabilities of industry and utilize the government to coordinate regulatory approaches and mobilize funding.

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  • An intermediate view of their collaboratory activity is that of Bain, who suggests that just as John's friend John Sterling “overflowed in suggestive talk, which Mill took up and improved in his own way,” so Harriet might have done as well

    Harriet Taylor Mill

  • Me and another guy created a collaboratory drawing surface in a couple of hours.

    Google Wave: There Will Be Backlash

  • P.S. Ideas are being formulated for a collaboratory online cookbook between me and D-lands only S.moan Princess, the amazing Kuinileti.

    madrigle Diary Entry

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