Anyone will be able to retrieve and display global maps of different parameters with a few clicks of their mouse – or maybe by asking their voice-controlled smart assistant. This will revolutionize how scientists work and how easy it is for members of the public to access, understand and engage in science. But the first step is for scientists to publish their data in a standardized way.
We have asked data manager Luke Marsden (UNIS), who oversees our data legacy in the project about his important work in this project. He is already known for his role in bringing scientists together to share and use data in the best possible way.