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National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Public Symposium
sponsored by the Board on Research Data and Information

Semantic Interoperability at Scale

National Academy of Sciences
Lecture Room
2101 Constitution Ave NW
Washington, DC

October 28, 2016

AGENDA


8:00 am     Breakfast available in conference room 

8:30 am     Welcome by Board Chair and Board Director
                    Alexa T. McCray (Chair), Harvard Medical School [Video]
                    George Strawn, The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

8:45 am     Data Represents a Contract Between Producer and Consumer: Why is it not More Like Airbnb?
                     Philip Bourne, National Institutes of Health [Video]

9:30 am     Semantic Medline
                     Thomas Rindflesch, U.S. National Library of Medicine [Video]

10:15 am    European Science Cloud and Nanopublications
                     Barend Mons, Leiden University Medical Center [Video]

11:00 am    BREAK

11:30 am    Harnessing the Data Revolution
                     Chaitan Baru, National Science Foundation [Video]

12:15 pm    Social Machines
                     James Hendler, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute [Video]

1:00 pm      Closing Comments

1:10 pm      Symposium Adjourns

 



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