San Francisco --- Collaborating in cyberspace leads to fresh insights and more efficient use of resources but presents some challenges as well. That's the lesson learned so far from AIDS researchers who have worked together in a "virtual research center" for the past two years, while physically located at four Midwestern universities.
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