This is a week for important funding announcements! I already blogged about our new NSF funding for a Data-Level Metrics project with PLOS and DataONE, and on the heels of that, DataONE has announced their newest round of funding! I’ve borrowed heavily from their press release for this post. If you aren’t familiar with the work DataONE has been doing, […]
DataUp is Merging with Dash!
Exciting news! We are merging the DataUp tool with our new data sharing platform, Dash. About Dash Dash is a University of California project to create a platform that allows researchers to easily describe, deposit and share their research data publicly. Currently the Dash platform is connected to the UC3 Merritt Digital Repository; however, we […]
My picks for #AGU13
Next week, the city of San Francisco will be overrun with nerds. More specifically,more than 22,000 geophysicists, oceanographers, geologists, seismologists, meteorologists, and volcanologists will be descending upon the Bay Area to attend the 2013 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. If you are among the thousands of attendees, you are probably (like me) overwhelmed by the […]
The Data Lineup for #ESA2013
In less than week, the Ecological Society of America’s 2013 Meeting will commence in Minneapolis, MN. There will be zillions of talks and posters on topics ranging from microbes to biomes, along with special sessions on education, outreach, and citizen science. So why am I going? For starters, I’m a marine ecologist by training, and this […]