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Re: ICSTI 2009 conference

> Liz Lyon of UKOLN (Libraries and "Team Science") 

    How is it that she decided to concentrate on crystallography in her 

> It is noteworthy that this was a conference sponsored by ICSTI, since the content would have seemed entirely natural in a CODATA meeting. It is clear that the traditional data/publication dichotomy is no longer appropriate to the processes of dissemination of scientific and technical information, and we may look forward to many future synergies between these two aspects.

   You mean that they are talking again about amalgamating CODATA and ICSTI?

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