Google offers free terabytes database storage to Scientists

Google will soon be offering up terabytes of online storage for open-source scientific datasets, which will be housed at the domain http://research.google.com. Storage will be free to researchers, and anyone will be able to access the data. The service, which is currently known as Palimpsest, was due to launch this week, but missed its launch […]

Google will soon be offering up terabytes of online storage for open-source scientific datasets, which will be housed at the domain http://research.google.com. Storage will be free to researchers, and anyone will be able to access the data. The service, which is currently known as Palimpsest, was due to launch this week, but missed its launch date and will be launching soon.

Palimpsest was first previewed to the scientific community at the Science Foo camp at the Googleplex last August. The service will utilize data visualization technology through Trendalyzer, which they previous acquired, and will offer algorithms for the examination and proving of information. The site will also offer up annotating and commenting features in a style that we