Jane Stancil newsobserver.com
RALEIGH — As the field of “big data” continues to grow in importance, N.C. State University has landed a big coup – a major lab for the study of data analysis, funded by the National Security Agency. A $60.75 million grant from the NSA is the largest research grant in NCSU’s history – three times bigger than any previous award. The Laboratory for Analytic Sciences will be launched in a Centennial Campus building that will be renovated with money from the federal agency, but details about the facility are top secret. Those who work in the lab will be required to have security clearance from the U.S. government. to read more click here: newsobserver.com
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