Subject: scientific software | project management | Developmental Biology | Infectious Diseases | research software engineering | Computer Science - Software Engineering | Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified | software sustainability | research software | group management | software engineering | Science Policy | Computer Science - Computers and Society | Immunology
Modern research in the sciences, engineering, humanities, and other fields depends on software, and specifically, research software. Much of this research software is developed in universities, by faculty, postdocs, students, and staff. In this paper, we focus on the ro... View more
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