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Special issue of Royal Society journal on e-science

The cover image of the e-science special issue, courtesy Royal Society.

Papers selected from the ninth e-Science All Hands Meeting (AHM 2010), held in September
2010 in Cardiff, UK, make up this special issue of the British journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A and is free to access until 31st December 2011.

This issue, entitled e-Science: novel research, new science and enduring impact, is compiled and edited by David W Walker, Malcolm P Atkinson, John M Brooke and Paul Watson. 

The 11 papers in the special issue cover a board area of topics: the challenges of e-science, from the optimal use of resources and software to enable discovery using big data to rights management with online data; three papers on applications - for example, crime modelling and linking distant laboratories to carry out elecrochemical research; and four papers on 'lessons learned' about what services and tools the scientific community needs.

The print issue is available at the special price of £47.50. You can order this online via the above web page (enter special code TA 1949 when prompted) or, alternatively, you can contact [email protected]

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