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DataWay

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NSF seeks community input for the development of integrated data management infrastructures across the sciences and engineering. NSF recognizes the need to facilitate the emergence of tools and methods for the use and dissemination of data across disciplines, techniques, and communities. To meet this need, NSF will partner with other Federal agencies and the broader scientific community.

DataWay will contribute to creating a digital access infrastructure for the sharing of scientific data from multiple sources, and facilitating the transfer from individual researchers to widely accessible data systems.

 

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Dear Colleague Letter: New Solutions to Create Integrative Data Management Infrastructure(s) for Research Across the Sciences, June 5, 2012 (NSF 12-090)

 

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E-mail: DataWay@nsf.gov

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