HUBbub 2013, Day 2 Morning Sessions



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HUBbub is the annual User Conference for researchers, educators, and IT professionals engaged in building and using cyberinfrastructure. Learn about the latest features in the HUBzero tool box and how they can be used to address the unique challenges of scientific pursuits. Hear from invited speakers who are experts in cyberinfrastructure, social science, and national policy.

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