NSF invites input on data-focused cyberinfrastructure to support future data-intensive research
October 25, 2019
An NSF Request for Information invites the community to provide input on specific data-intensive science and engineering research questions and challenges and the essential data-related cyberinfrastructure services and capabilities needed to publish, discover, transport, manage and process data in secure, performant and scalable ways to enable that data-intensive research.
Contributions must be received on or before 5:00 PM Eastern time on December 16, 2019.
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