Three GW offices are teaming up for the first time to improve how the University manages research data as a way to attract top professors, the GW Hatchet reports.

The Office of the Vice President for Research, Division of Information Technology and Gelman Library are working with faculty to show administrators why they should increase funding for a centralized data management system, which they say will lessen the administrative tasks of researchers.

Keith Crandall, director of one of GW’s first interdisciplinary research institutes, the computational biology institute, said having a core facility for analysis would save time and money, since faculty would...

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