The role of this committee is to facilitate and develop interactions between the PSI and the larger scientific community, so as to make the results available for use and wide-spread exploitation, and to allow input from the community on development and selection of targets. Initial activities fall into three categories, as out-lined below.
Development of new technology is a principal outcome of PSI activities. Further steps will be taken to ensure communication and utilization of the results by the broader scientific community. Initial foci are:
The large number of PSI structures and associated models require new mechanisms of distribution and access, so that the results can be maximally utilized. Three initial steps are proposed, two relatively straightforward, one longer term.
Steering Subcommittee on Scientific Community InteractionsChair: John MoultMembers: Aled Edwards, Janet ThorntonConsultant: David Eisenberg
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