Sustainable data management and preservation is one of the major problems facing scientists today. Now, the newly-launched EUDAT project has its sights on creating a pan-European solution to the challenge of data proliferation in Europe's scientific and research communities.
'Crowd sourcing' website Kaggle asks scientists and statisticians to mine data to help solve outstanding puzzles for NASA, healthcare providers, and other large companies - and those who provide the right answers can earn up to three million dollars for their time.
EUDAT recently received a further €19 million (approximately $21 million) to continue laying the foundations for a sustainable pan-European collaborative data infrastructure. In late March, Finland’s IT Center for Science (CSC) played...
Scientists at the University of Houston have shown the mind can triumph over matter. For the first time, researchers have demonstrated prosthetic grasping control can be inferred from EEG without invasive measures.