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Convergent science

This illustration accompanies an article published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. It highlights the concept of convergent science—the intersection of [1] cumulative research (creating complex connections and clinical application by building up simple solutions), [2] identifying ideas worth pursuing (research that has greatest potential for substantial clinical benefit), [3] transparent science (open science approaches to enhance reproducibility and reliability), [4] dark data (tapping into and utilizing unreported, ‘wasted’ data), and [5] bio-nano standards (big data approaches to discovering patterns).


Frank Caruso, PhD, et al. / The University of Melbourne


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