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Session Summary: The International e-Science Movement – Status and Future

The closing plenary was presented by Dan Atkins, W.K Kellogg Professor for Community Information and Associate Vice-President for Research Cyberinfrastructure, University of Michigan. His topic was the status of the e-science movement in both the UK and the US. In introducing this theme, he explained that there needs to be a matrices of relationships, approaches … Read more