A new article published in PLOS Computational Biology and entitled Ten simple rules for making training materials FAIR is of considerable interest and relevance to the research community.
On Thursday 11 June, an online plenary session will close the FAIRsFAIR Synchronisation Force workshop series which began on 29 April.
FAIRsFAIR is inviting digital repositories and associated organisations to endorse the TRUST Principles for digital repositories.
FAIRsFAIR partner SPARC Europe has commissioned a survey to map international, national or regional Open Access and Open Science infrastructures across Europe.
FAIRsFAIR will be represented at the final workshop of the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Working Group on 19 May to describe their adoption of the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model specification and guidelines.
FAIR Certification of Repositories and other Data Services is the topic of the FAIRsFAIR session at this year's EOSCHub Week event.
On Wednesday 29 April, the FAIRsFAIR Synchronisation Force will kick off a series of weekly online sessions with FAIR stakeholders aimed at furthering their contribution to the EOSC and a FAIR vision for Europe.
FAIRsFAIR has published 17 preliminary recommendations and 10 general principles aimed at improving the overall FAIRness of semantic artefacts in a document which will be further developed in collaboration with the semantic community at large.
The FAIR Data Maturity Model is now ready for review. The RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Working Group has announced the public comment period for the document, which will be accessible until 13 May 2020.
Feedback is now sought on the FAIRsFAIR Assessment report on FAIRness of Services. The report marks the first milestone in a task to develop a FAIR assessment framework for data services.