NCSA leading $3.2 million project to make scientific data more discoverable

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The National Center for Supercomputing Applications’ (NCSA) Associate Director for Software Kenton McHenry will be the principal investigator of a newly awarded $3.2 million project funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to standardize how scientific data is described, allowing for search engines for scientific data that not only support discoverability but also facilitate the usage of the data.

The Democratized Cyberinfrastructure for Open Discovery to Enable Research (DeCODER) project, which begins October 1, 2022, will expand and extend the successful EarthCube GeoCODES framework and community to unify data and tool description and reuse across geoscience domains.

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