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ABADRU scientists share information through publications, attending meetings and networking. These three methods allow scientists to not only present results of their projects, but keep up to date on new scientific techniques being developed worldwide. By keeping informed on areas of specialization and new techniques, scientists are then able to expand their own projects by either incorporating the techniques of others into their own labs or forming cooperative agreements with other scientists who complete parts of larger scientific projects in their own labs and incorporate their data into larger endeavors.

Please see the NPA Partnering page for more information.