Researchers should not reject any ideas that have a chance of being useful and delete them without passing them on. They should instead keep them on file in caseResearchers should not reject any ideas that have a chance of being useful and delete them without passing them on. They should instead keep them on file in case they figure out later why it's useful. They should also sometimes hire a person who is really good at hunting for a way to make use of an idea that was emailed to the research group, figure out a full plan from the incomplete emailed plan including how it might not be at all useful in the short run but after a huge amount of application of it, it will turn out useful. Also, each time a research group is looking for a solution to a biology problem, something like trying to figure out a way to fight AIDS, they should pass on the information they learned and research which other research groups would be good at researching a different type of information that they need in order to use it to help progress in their research. Finally, there should be research groups researching how to speed up research in all areas. They should be researching plans of how to speed it up. If they think it's impossible to form a plan that will solve all the biology problems researchers are desperately trying to solve within 5 years, then they should be thinking to themselves, "Can we prove that there is no strategy and not that we weren't smart enough to figure one out?" They don't even need to have an understanding of all areas of biology that are getting researched to be able to form such a plan. The plan could be like an algorithm for a self-learning computer program which in a really complex way that tells you ahead of time how to react to a piece of information you're going to learn later that you don't yet know what is. The plan should include an attempt to research how the world can become very efficient at track down those brilliant ideas that somebody occasionally has and spreading awareness of them really fast even if it's very hard to tell that it's a brilliant idea because through many time wasting actions it would do, would greatly improve the research speed in the long run.