November 27, 2015

U.S. Gov Makes Machine-Readable Data on 700+ Federal R&D Facilities, First Time All Data Available in One Place


The Obama Administration is upgrading to include, for the first time in one place, machine-readable data on over 700 Federal R&D facilities that may be utilized by external entrepreneurs and innovators to research, prototype, and test new technologies. These facilities, operated by agencies like NASA, the Department of Energy (DOE), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), include cutting-edge research tools and together represent billions of dollars of taxpayer investment.


Over time, will expand to include more comprehensive data on other important R&D assets, including federally funded intellectual property (IP).

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