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telescience

(ˈtɛlɪˌsaɪəns)
n
(Astronautics) astronautics the investigation of remotely controlled scientific experiments
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Changing patterns of communication among scientists in an era of telescience. Technology in Society, 12(4), 457-477.
The Instrumental Access program is its lifeblood, but Seeding Labs has its philanthropic eyes on other endeavors, too, like building its Ambassador program and curating videos and participants for its budding Remote Learning Platform, which it named "TeleScience." Bottom line: everything the organization does is to either make the world of science a much smaller place or a much larger place, depending on how you look at it.
Currently, the DTN was added to the Telescience Resource Kit (TReK) to help researchers in transmitting and receiving data between operations centers and payloads about the station.
KEY WORDS: community-linked research, cyberinfrastructure, disaster, environmental justice, GIS, grid, health disparities, integrative research, Katrina, telescience. Environ Health Perspect 115:564-571 (2007).
They work in telescience collaboration with a remote science team, a mission support group, and an engineering team located in the continental United States.
Another activity at UCSD that complements and supports BIRN and other cyberinfrastructure efforts in the life sciences is the Telescience Project, which emerged from the early efforts of researchers at the National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research (NCMIR) to remotely control bio-imaging instruments.
Telescience International Inc., 8150 Leesburg Pike, Ste.
These will likely include telephones, telegaming, teleshopping, telemovies, telemusic, telebooks, telecommuting, teleconferencing, telescience, telemedicine, teleeducation, and telenews.
The portal does this by combining geographically referenced data on roads, power plants, contaminant release sources, flood measures, and local demography in a cyber-infrastructure called "Telescience," which was developed at the University of California, San Diego.
Telescience International Inc., 2230 Gallows Rd., Ste.