Universities collaborate on big data

New York University, the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Washington have joined on a 5 year project to work with big data to achieve three goals: Develop meaningful and sustained interactions and collaborations, establish career paths that are long-term and sustainable, and build on current academic and industrial efforts to work towards an ecosystem of analytical tools and research practices.

The project received funding from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Read the full news release here.

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