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Curation may refer to:
- Curator, a manager or overseer, traditionally of tangible assets of a library or museum
- Biocurator, professional scientist who curates, collects, annotates, and validates information that is disseminated by biological and model organism databases
- Content curation, collecting and sorting content
- Data curation, management activities required to maintain research data long-term such that it is available for reuse and preservation
- Digital curation, the preservation and maintenance of digital assets
Curation may also be:
- Archive, historical record keeping
- Evidence management, indexing and cataloguing of evidence
- Cultural heritage management, conservation of cultural sites and resources
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