Here's a list of government research groups that you may want to join or learn more about.
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- DOD Technipedia—Forum for DoD scientists, engineers, policy makers as well as contractors, to have a open, collaborative environment to discuss projects in development.
- NASA - Dashlink—Online home for collaborative research where scientists can share information about systems health and data mining while aiming to help improve aviation safety.
- NIH caBig folks—The National Cancer Institute launched the cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid (caBIG®) to create a virtual network of interconnected data, individuals, and organizations to redefine how cancer research is conducted.
- Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science—Joint collaboration between the Universities Space Research Association (USRA) and the NASA Ames Research Center, created to conduct basic and applied research in computer science, covering a broad range of research topics of interest to the aerospace community.
- The Federal Knowledge Management Initiative—Sub–group under the Federal KM Working Group, of over 650 federal employees, contractors, academicians and interested members of the public that enhance collaboration, knowledge and learning in the federal government by implementing knowledge–management.