Computing and communications are becoming essential tools of science. Together, they make possible new kinds and degrees of collaboration. This book addresses technical, scientific, and social aspects of fostering scientific collaboration using information technology. It explores issues in molecular biology, oceanography, and space physics, and derives recommendations for a partnership between scientists and technologists to develop better collaboration technology to support science.
Table of Contents
|1 SCIENCE, COLLABORATION, AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY||5-11|
|2 BUILDING COLLABORATORIES FOR OCEANOGRAPHY||12-30|
|3 BUILDING COLLABORATORIES FOR SPACE PHYSICS||31-40|
|4 BUILDING COLLABORATORIES FOR MOLECULAR BIOLOGY||41-55|
|5 BUILDING AND USING NATIONAL COLLABORATORIES||56-72|
|6 PROVIDING FOR A NATIONAL COLLABORATORY PROGRAM||73-77|
|A ELEMENTS OF A FUNCTIONAL COLLABORATORY||83-85|
|B WORKSHOP PROGRAMS AND PARTICIPANTS||86-94|
|C RULES GOVERNING ACCESS TO AND USE OF THE CDAW-9 DATABASE||95-96|
|D TRAINING COMPUTATIONAL AND MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGISTS||97-106|
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