Project Data Sphere Rewrites The Rules For Open Access Research On Cancer
Now that Project Data Sphere has established itself as a world-class data sharing platform, the group’s leadership is planning for its next phase of the struggle against cancer. Project Data Sphere's president Bill Louv talks to In Vivo about how the group has "raised the bar on what is possible to achieve in cancer research."
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