Collaborative science projects revolve around a compelling problem statement.
A well drafted, concise problem statement can motivate and focus a group’s efforts, guide the design of a project’s technical and collaborative approach, and demonstrate a project’s potential value - in a nutshell - to potential funders.
This resource contains several examples of summary problem statements that convey a spectrum of different types of management needs, beg different types of collaborative science projects, and involve different types of users in different ways.
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