Integrate diverse areas of microbiome research and pioneer the future of microbiome exploration and discovery.
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Planet Microbe is a NSF EarthCube Building Block that aims to improve microbial 'omics data discovery, analysis, and open data science through the iterative development a federated search platform.
We encourage community comments and feedback. How can we make 'omics science work better for YOU?
This Building Block originated from discussions at the EarthCube End User workshop (2013) and through the EarthCube Oceanography and Geobiology Environmental 'Omics (ECOGEO) Research Coordination Network (2014-2016). Documentation from those programs can be found in the Library.
EarthCube is a collaboration between the Division of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (ACI) and the Geosciences Directorate (GEO) of the US National Science Foundation (NSF). For official NSF EarthCube content, please see: http://www.nsf.gov/geo/earthcube/. This work is supported by the NSF EarthCube Planet Microbe Building Blocks award #1639588, and does not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.
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A forum for discussion of public engagement with science. Scientists, researchers of public engagement, and public engagement practitioners share their experience of and expertise in public engagement to build new collaborations, be inspired, and improve skills related to public engagement.
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