|COLLABORATION: A feature on her work helped Anne Cress get help of others.|
Take, for example, a new piece being published by the Whitehead Institute of Biomedical Research, which recently named a 100-member Board of Associates to seek out potential donors and solicit contributions. With the group meeting just once a year, Whitehead staff had to find a way to keep board members informed of happenings and research at the Cambridge, Mass., facility.
Thus was born Discovery, a three-times-a-year newsletter filled with profiles and articles about the work being done at...
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