The National Institutes of Health (NIH) aims to develop a unified strategy to support effective data sharing through both domain-specific and generalist/institutional repositories. The NIH has a strong history of supporting domain-specific biomedical data repositories that support data sharing for specific scientific communities or types of data.
The Open ENVRI community meeting aims at enabling dialogue and better facilitation of the project results beyond the project consortium and the participating research infrastructures. It aims at informing the community as well as new projects and initiatives emerging in the environmental landscape about the latest developments, highlighting how they can benefit from them.
Implementing FAIR data principles in industrial life science research. This event counts with experts on FAIR data, namely members from FAIRsFAIR: Susanna Sansone (FAIRsFAIR Champion) and Hugh Shanahan, who is joining a panel discussion on "FAIR Landscape".
Open science is becoming a standard practice in the European Research Area, both within the EC framework programmes and national research funding. The Commission for Research and Development Work of the University of Ljubljana and OpenAIRE-Advance will organise a workshop targeted at Slovenian researchers, providing all the latest updates on open science developments.
The annual EOSC Symposium is the premier event in the EOSC calendar and unites stakeholders around intense discussion over three full and stimulating days. FAIRsFAIR will be comprehensively represented in Budapest this year.
The 1st FAIR Synchronisation Workshop takes place on 25 November 2019. The objective of this workshop is to help survey the landscape of FAIR activities in relation to EOSC and to identify areas where dialogue and collaboration can be encouraged. It's organised in conjunction with the EOSC Symposium
Approaching the first anniversary of the signing of the declaration and launch of EOSC in Vienna, Graz University of Technology is hosting the second-to-last workshop in the 2019 series launched by the Focus on Open Science, on Thursday, November 7.