Collaboration–especially amongst developmental science researchers, especially when there’s video involved, especially when those videos involve children, even more especially when time and geography are thrown into the mix–can be difficult, to say the least.

So that’s why Dr. Karen Adolph and her team at Databrary are so intent on making collaboration possible and easier–from storing video, to sharing video, to sharing results–to increase the pace of innovation in developmental science research.


Karen E. Adolph, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Psychology and the Center for Neuroscience at New York University (NYU). Previously she was on the faculty at Carnegie Mellon University. Her research examines learning and development in the context of motor skill acquisition in infants and children. She is especially interested in effects of body growth, exploratory activity, environmental and social supports, and culture ... View Profile