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Back to Partnership -- The following applications have been posted for review by the Partnership Committee

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Spring 2019 Class

California Digital Library - ESIP-I

The University of California Curation Center at the California Digital Library helps researchers and the UC libraries manage, preserve, and provide access to their important digital assets.

Website: https://www.cdlib.org/uc3/
Full Application: [1]

MIT Space Enabled Research Group - ESIP-III

The mission of the Space Enabled research group is to advance justice in Earth's complex systems using designs enabled by space. Our message is that six types of space technology are supporting societal needs, as defined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. These six technologies include satellite earth observation, satellite communication, satellite positioning, microgravity research, technology transfer, and the inspiration we derive from space research and education. While much good work has been done, barriers still remain that limit the application of space technology as a tool for sustainable development. We strive to enable a more just future in which every community and country can easily and affordably apply space-enabled technology to improve public services and solve local challenges.

Website: https://spaceenabled.media.mit.edu
Full Application: [2]

NCI Australia - ESIP-II

NCI is Australia's national HPC centre. It is in the national collaborative centre for high performance computing, data analysis and data management for research, with focused activities in Weather, Climate, Satellite Earth Observation and Geophysics.

Website: http://nci.org.au/
Full Application: [3]
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