Jan 3, 2018 · 1 min read
How CZI Plans to Solve Disease by 2100, A Commentary for Nature
Science can move faster if researchers have access to the right resources, are encouraged to be creative, and are open to sharing their ideas and results. In this Nature News and Comment piece, our President of Science, Cori Bargmann, shares how these three factors helped accelerate her research on neuroscience in the C. elegans worm, and how these lessons are shaping our work in science. We aim to create tools and technologies that will help scientists build on each other’s findings — ultimately speeding up the pace of scientific progress.
How the Chan Zuckerberg Science Initiative plans to solve disease by 2100
Its president, Cori Bargmann, sets out three ways to accelerate science — creativity, openness and shareable resources.