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.
The 21st European Congress of Lepidopterology will take place at the University of Molise in southern Italy.
The conference webiste provides you with the early available information including a general structure of the congress, accomodations, and a detailed registration form.
We will update this post when more information becomes available.
What is ENVRI week?
ENVRI week is a week dedicated to Environmental Research Infrastructures. It is organized twice a year ENVRI week hosts ENVRIplus project related sessions as well as several other sessions targeting different groups of stakeholders.
On the 14th and the 15th of December, the ZOOLOGY meeting 2018 will take place back-to-back with the FWO Kennismakers meeting @ZOO (https://www.kennismakers.be/en-gb/home/) in Antwerp that will host a special theme on the Impact of Climate on Ecosystem services. The general theme of the ZOOLOGY meeting is “Zoology in the Anthropocene” with two special sessions:
The EOSCpilot project’s second and final EOSC Stakeholders Forum will be held on 21-22 November 2018 at the Austria Center Vienna.