Crossing Borders for Science

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Exchanging ideas with like-minded, enthusiastic people interested in the same topic is crucial for the advancement of a scientist's career. Several Regional Student Groups (RSGs) of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) Student Council have cooperated in the last six years to organize scientific workshops and conferences. With motivated students, it is possible to create a memorable event for fellow scientists; in doing so, the organizers gain valuable experiences. While collaborating across borders and time zones can be difficult, feedback from event organizers was always positive. When limited resources are juxtaposed with great ideas and a network of contacts, the outcome is always an amazing experience, despite organizers being separated geographically across different countries. © 2014 Schultheiss et al.




Schultheiss, S. J., Yang, J. S. W., Iwasaki, W., Lin, S. H., Jean, A., & Michaut, M. (2014). Crossing Borders for Science. PLoS Computational Biology, 10(3).

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