Tag Archives: collaborative research

‘Defending the brain’: one year on

This time last year, Josie Dixon wrote an article in Oxford Today about dementia, for which she interviewed OxDARE’s coordinator, Clare Mackay.  The Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia (which initially prompted the formation of OxDARE) led to a huge influx of government funding in 2014, providing the means to improve existing biomedical research infrastructure and […]

The changing face of research

The stereotype of a scientist spending long solitary hours in the laboratory is a far cry from the group-based and collaborative world of research today. Over the years science has moved from predominantly individual research projects to increasingly complex networks of collaborations both within and beyond scientists’ home institutions. This is partly due to the […]