Carnegie Mellon Will Use Digital Science Tools
February 22, 2017

The company Digital Science has announced a contract in which Carnegie Mellon will use a range of tools to share research findings and measure the impact of the university's research. Among other things, Carnegie Mellon will be able to monitor and report on the attention that its research and clinical trials are receiving from practitioners, policy makers and the general public, across sources such as the mainstream media, blogs, social networks and Wikipedia.

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