A project examining how the social, institutional and legal settings of scientists are likely to facilitate or constrain the conduct of e-science, focusing on policy recommendations to facilitate greater collaboration between universities internationally.
This project examined how the social, institutional, and legal settings of scientists are likely to constrain and facilitate the conduct of e-science. It focused on policy recommendations that might facilitate greater collaboration across universities and researchers within Britain and internationally.
This work was supported by the UK Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) as part of the e-Science programme of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
- David, P. and Spence, M. (2003) Towards institutional infrastructures for e-Science: the scope of the challenge. Oxford Internet Institute Research Report No. 2, University of Oxford.