The Case for International Sharing of Scientific Data: NO NANO?

 

 

SUMMARY & BACKGROUND

 

AGENDA

 

SESSION ONE: SETTING THE STAGE

SESSION TWO: STATUS OF ACCESS TO SCIENTIFIC DATA

SESSION THREE: COMPELLING BENEFITS

SESSION FOUR: THE LIMITS AND BARRIERS TO DATA SHARING

SESSION FIVE: HOW TO IMPROVE DATA ACCESS AND USE


Symposium proceedings will be published by the National Academies Press.


Nano- (particularly NanoToxicology and NanoInformatics) merits a marked place in such discussions. Is there any TINCer us who has a submission-ready work which makes a compelling case as a late entry contribution -even as an addendum- into the final proceedings? Perhaps a virtual presentation if on-site presence is not possible? There appears to be a TBD space allotment during Session 5.  [This is an 18-19 April 2011 event].

 


 


 

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