Science is most effective when researchers with expert knowledge in different areas collaborate on a project of overlapping interest. To this end, DU believes that enrichment of science and practices are by collaboration among individuals of local or/and international institutions with diverse but complementary perspectives. The overlap allows for common ground, while the respective areas of expertise cover a greater “surface area” of the possible knowledge brought to bear on a specific question. Whether it is across labs, across department, or across disciplines, we believe that, there is much to be gained by bridging the divide between isolated research silos. DU has been dramatically increasing his academic research-based collaborative network with within the university and other local and international institutions (read for more…).