Toward a Cyberinfrastructure for Enhanced Scientific Collaboration: Providing Its “Soft” Foundations May Be the Hardest Part

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This chapter contains sections titled: Science and Cyberinfrastructure, The Grid and the Expanding Potentialities for e-Science, Collaborations in e-Science: Opportunities and Institutional Impediments, The Legal Framework for Scientific Collaboration—A Brief Overview, Broadening the “Information Commons”, Conclusion: The Challenge of Building an Information Commons for e-Science, Acknowledgments, Notes