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Awards Made in Cyber-enabled Chemistry
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Awards Made in Cyber-enabled Chemistry

May 10, 2012
Chemistry meets computer, data and networking technologies in the National Science Foundation's first Cyber-enabled Chemistry Program awards. NSF's chemistry division developed the program to explore how researchers and educators in the field can fully exploit the potential of cyberinfrastructure. Cyberinfrastructure is an umbrella term meant to encompass the vast web of computer, data and networking technologies that have infiltrated every aspect of modern life, and that are now beginning to revolutionize science and engineering research. The goal of the Cyber-enabled Chemistry Program is to ensure that chemists can take full advantage of this revolution. Credit: Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation


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