NISO Forum, Denver, Sept. 24, 2012: Scientific discovery and innovation in an era of data-intensive science
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Scientific discovery and innovation in an era of data-intensive science
William (Bill) Michener, Professor and Director of e-Science Initiatives for University Libraries, University of New Mexico; DataONE Principal Investigator
The scope and nature of biological, environmental and earth sciences research are evolving rapidly in response to environmental challenges such as global climate change, invasive species and emergent diseases. Scientific studies are increasingly focusing on long-term, broad-scale, and complex questions that require massive amounts of diverse data collected by remote sensing platforms and embedded environmental sensor networks; collaborative, interdisciplinary science teams; and new tools that promote scientific data preservation, discovery, and innovation. This talk describes the challenges facing scientists as they transition into this new era of data intensive science, presents current solutions, and lays out a roadmap to the future where new information technologies significantly increase the pace of scientific discovery and innovation.
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