MeCAT project completed

6 Feb 2012

Intersect has completed work on a metadata management project for neutron beam instrument data at the Bragg Institute, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation.

Dr Nick Hauser of the Bragg Institute’s Neutron Beam Instruments Project said, “All data created while running experiments on our instruments can now be stored securely, along with its associated metadata.  Principal Investigators now have secure access via the Internet to their experimental data and can manage access to this data. Users can search for all experimental data accessible by them. This includes data belonging to them and any publicly available data”.

The project is part of a broader initiative involving the Australian Synchotron and VeRSI and is supported by the Australian National Data Service (ANDS).

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