Research Infrastructures (such as ESFRI’s) are characterized by the very significant data volumes they generate and handle but the research data landscape is still fragmented.
The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) wants to address the current situation including the support of thematic clusters of Pan-European research infrastructures dedicated to the EOSC.
The ENVRI Dissemination event aims to promote the ENVRIplus results, the benefits of cluster collaboration and community building, and address how Research Infrastructures contribute to societal challenges.
The Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History in collaboration with iDigBio of the Florida Museum of Natural History, the Natural Science Collections Alliance, and Ecological Society of America is pleased to announce the third annual Digital Data in Biodiversity Research conference, to be held 10-12 June 2019 at Yale University, New Haven, CT.
III RICH Symposium: European Research Infrastructures
The goal of Plan S is to make publicly funded scientific publications freely accessible and reusable in Europe and worldwide. Its approach is based on the voluntary participation of funders. To date, Plan S has been signed by 13 national research and innovation funders and two foundations, with the support of the European Commission and the ERC Scientific Council. The French ANR is one of the signatories.
This year, EOSC-hub Week 2019 brings together both present and future service providers and users of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).
The event comes just after the recent launch of the EOSC in November which saw EOSC-hub's Catalogue of Services incorporated into the new EOSC. With the EOSC now live and in its early stages, the challenge now is to enrich EOSC's service offering to cover all the gaps in research services and increase uptake by the research community. This is what makes EOSC-hub Week 2019 timely.