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璁插骇绠€浠嬶細A phase transition has taken place in large-scale materials science research.  This phase transition, which has been called the New Big Science, has been accompanied by important changes in the character and culture of research ecosystems.  It also poses special problems for those who study science. This talk is about the New Big Science, what makes it difficult to study, and how digital tools might help solve problems faced by scholars of science.