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Friday, May 16, 2008

Scientists Without Borders

"Scientists Without Borders aims to mobilize and coordinate science-based activities that improve quality of life in the developing world. The research community is already promoting global health, agricultural progress, environmental well-being, and so on, but current communication gaps limit its power. The Scientists Without Borders database will provide a way for organizations, projects, and individuals with complementary needs and resources to find one another. This tool will eventually create a record of accomplishments that also identifies the next steps for solving specific problems"

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