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The Science Node is a free online publication, developed in collaboration with organizations in the US and Europe. Our team writes for experts and non-experts alike, exploring the real-world impact of advanced computing and networks.

Our coverage spans several broad categories:

  • Advanced computing: High-performance computing (supercomputing), cloud computing, grid computing, novel computing, cluster computing, etc.
  • Research networks: Connections that foster global science and research, and the international collaborations that fuel innovation and discovery
  • Big data: Analysis, capture, curation, storage, management, archiving, transfer, visualization, etc. -- extending to the Internet of Things
  • Tech trends: New and emerging tech -- in other words, research and development aimed at discovering the next big thing (or using existing tools/methods in new ways)
  • Community building: Women in tech, diversity and expansion efforts, citizen science, collaborations and partnerships, etc.

We're also committed to featuring a wide variety of disciplines, ranging from science and engineering to the arts and humanities.

Our history

Most recently, the Science Node was known as International Science Grid This Week (iSGTW). When our reporting extended well beyond grid computing, it was time for a new tech-neutral name -- and an updated look and feel. (iSGTW itself went international in November 2006, having first emerged in April 2005 as Science Grid This Week.)

Why Science Node? With every story, we aim to illustrate how science improves our everyday lives. And we see this publication as an international connection and redistribution point -- a point of communication, intersection, and convergence -- a focal point -- a node.

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Our partners

Science Node was founded with support from the US National Science Foundation, on award number 1242759, for sustaining and strengthening International Science Grid This Week (iSGTW, which became Science Node). In Europe, iSGTW previously received funding from CERN and the European Commission.

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You are welcome to reprint stories from Science Node™ under the condition that you acknowledge Science Node™ and appropriately attribute the author. We also encourage you to link to the Science Node™ website. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California, 94105, and USA.

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