Google To Offer Free Database Storage for Scientists

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 1:24 am

Google has revealed a new project aimed at the scientific community. Called Palimpsest, the site research.google.com will play host to ‘terabytes of open-source scientific datasets’. It was originally previewed for scientists last August .

‘Building on the company’s acquisition of the data visualization technology, Trendalyzer, from the oft-lauded, TED presenting Gapminder team, Google will also be offering algorithms for the examination and probing of the information. The new site will have YouTube-style annotating and commenting features.


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