Science and libraries

As disciplines such as biology, ecology, chemistry, etc. become more ensconced with computational science, information needs and sharing increase. One such need is the demand for information professionals, especially academic librarians, who provide invaluable services for students and researchers. The University of Tennessee is one institution addressing this need, becoming a recent recipient of a grant to educate and train next generation science information professionals and strengthen the information infrastructure on which research is founded.

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