2 May 2008 nconway   » (Master)


I noticed that the final report from the Science Database Research Meeting was released a little while ago. Worth reading if you're interested in how database technology can be applied to managing scientific data — they have some interesting ideas about both what problems need to be solved, but also how to develop those solutions into a product that scientists can use (via both an open source project and a startup company).

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