Collaboration refers to the working practice for individuals who work together to achieve certain predefined business goal like shared objective, successful implementation of project or mission etc. Collaborations are also interpersonal endeavors that require mutual trust, seamless communication, and open-mindedness.

Reasons Behind …

There are lots of reasons behind for teaming up with other researchers from different parts of the globe. Doing so someone can access scientific expertise and equipment; gets more publications; write stronger grant proposals; pursues new interests; and, hopefully, will have some fun at the end. As people’s skill sets get increasingly specialized, integrated collaboration becomes more and more important practice for successful implementation of any initiative.

At Global Scientific Forum, we organize such collaborative scientific alliance under signed agreement with defined terms for many fellows from different institutions worldwide in the similar research area. We firmly believe that collaboration is typically more successful when each participating scientist provides and receives resources - even when the participating scientists come from different countries and disciplines.

  • At Global Scientific Forum, scientific collaboration exists in two forms:
    • Synchronous, where everyone interacts in real-time, as in online meetings, through instant messaging, or via Skype or any other online Forum(s) accessing smoothly related scientific information (as instructed by our Mentors)
    • Asynchronous, where the interaction between the members are scheduled, as when uploading documents or annotations to shared workspaces or making contributions to a wiki.

Benefits to collaborate with Global Scientific Forum

Global Scientific Forum recognize the value in learning and sharing from others to make you and your organization more efficient. Have a quick look over the benefits of mutual collaboration with us:

    • Increased ability, quality, and strength of performance in order to achieve your objectives.
    • The identification of existing strengths and resources in order to improve the performance of a company.
    • Bridging the gap in existing services
    • Increase support and reach a larger audience.
    • Research and analyses with a broader scope and greater depth than those conducted by a single organization in isolation.
    • Improved access to funds – some funding bodies only invest in collaborative projects.
    • Sharing recognition and accolades.