BeefSys designed to archive research data

BeefSys designed to archive research data

Records in new Texas A&M database includes data on beef and forage research from 1968 to 2015.

IN many colleges and universities, storage rooms are often filled with boxes and cabinets full of meticulously collected data that are unusable.

As senior researchers retire, their stored data increasingly becomes obsolete, not because the data are no longer relevant but because the data storage method is antiquated.

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