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This study opens the door to extraordinary new means of human collaboration while, at the same time, blurring fundamental notions about individual identity and autonomy in disconcerting ways.
Researchers need community because good ideas don’t just come from reading literature and thinking deep thoughts; it’s helpful to bounce ideas off others, particularly in a nonthreatening environment.—Vivienne Tam, a McGill University PhD student who is currently working at the University of Strasbourg in France, writing in Science about the importance of scientists taking coffee breaks (October 31)
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