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Big and Open Data for Materials Research 
December 5, 2013   12:15pm - 1:15pm

Big Data and Open Data are topics of increasing interest and discussion in the materials community. Advances in computational modeling are introducing a paradigm shift in how research is conducted and how data is analyzed and shared. Broad access to data holds the promise for advancing the speed to new discoveries. However, it also raises questions relating to quality, validation, reproducibility and intellectual property.
Building from a series of features in MRS Bulletin and Materials360® Online, this session sought to expand the community dialogue on Big and Open Data for Materials Research through a panel of experts with diverse perspectives:

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