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Networks of Colaboration
The principles of the Millennium Science Initiative consider incentives to the Science Institutes and Nuclei to create collaboration networks as well as to create mutual interactions among its peers both at national and international level.
The MSI considers financing for links and connections established by the researchers of one MSI center with researchers from other national or international research centers, aiming to structuring collaborative work teams with formal features, projected in time and with measurable results through verifiable products. The objective of these formal networks is to boost dynamic exchange between its members, enabling to strengthen their work and increasing scientific knowledge development which couldn’t be achieved if the center acted in an isolated way. The participants of a formal network are the people and institutions which form part of it, represented through commitment established by its researchers or its authorities to participate of collaborative activities.
As of 2006, to perform activities within the framework of these networks, the Millennium Science Initiative has made available to the Science Institutes and Nuclei, an annual subsidy, in the form of an open window, this is, a subsidy for which they could apply at any moment of the year and this subvention is delivered according to an evaluation of the submitted proposals, performed by the MSI which will seek a minimum of two to three years projection; an identification of the contribution of every participant and a focus towards establishing solid bindings on the medium and long term to perform collaborative research work, training of young scientists and innovation.
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