BETO looking for unpublished and underused bioenergy technology data

June 13, 2021 |

In Tennessee, a Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO)-sponsored project, Accelerating Bioenergy Technology Advancement Through FAIR Data Delivery, is working to identify, acquire, and develop data and documentation, and publish presently unavailable or inaccessible bioenergy technology data that will be useful to the community.

The project is particularly interested in data about scaling up processes for biomass conversion, including experiments with negative results, which can be helpful to others in understanding what doesn’t work and why.

Funding is available to purchase qualifying industrially-relevant data, as discussed in the U.S. Department of Energy Bioenergy Technologies Office’s Leveraging Existing Bioenergy Data Workshop Summary Report. The project team will work with data providers on acquisition, documentation, and preparing metadata to make the data findable and usable for others.

If you have, or know of, this sort of data, please reach out to the project team at [email protected] with a general description of the data and the contact information for one or more people who currently have access.

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