What is eScience?

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Some of the processes undertaken may include things like data modelling and analysis.

Due to the vast amounts of data being dealt with, e-Science typically relies upon a large team. For example the CERN Large Hadron Collider produces huge amounts of data and has led to the development of e-Science and Grid infrastructures which are now also used by other disciplines.

Several centres in the UK support e-Science with projects in universities. These centres include Cambridge e-Science Centre, Centre for eResearch Bristol, and National Grid Service.

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