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Ten ‘rules’ that could halt helicopter research


Checklist to help developed country scholars engage with southern counterparts

Three scientists have identified 10 “rules” for developed country researchers that they believe could stop scientific exploitation in the Global South.

The trio—from Panama and New Mexico in the United States—published their list in the open-access journal PLOS Computational Biology on 19 August.

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