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Report on information sharing in the physical sciences

Last Updated on Friday, 27 January 2012 10:51
Published on Thursday, 26 January 2012 16:24

Cover image of the RIN reportAstronomers, particle physicists, chemists and other scientists all handle their information in different ways, according to a new report from the Research Information Network (RIN). The study, entitled "Collaborative yet independent: Information practices in the physical sciences", is backed by the RAS and the Institute of Physics. A set of seven case studies - including astronomers involved in the citizen science Zooniverse project and hunting gamma ray bursts - have been used to examine the way that researchers in the physical sciences access, use and share information.

 

The pdfexecutive summary and pdffull report can be downloaded from the RAS, whilst hard copies may be requested from RIN.