The EOSC Future Project is developing a single-sign-on environment with professional data services, open research products and infrastructure that will support European researchers in managing the data lifecycle. To enable early adoption of the EOSC environment, RDA has issued the following open calls targeting scientific communities, technical experts and early career researchers, backed by a grant funded by EOSC Future:
Hosted by China Association for Science and Technology, the Eurasian Young Scientists Open Science Salon will be organized by the Beijing International Exchange Association and co-organized by Tunku Abdul Rahman University College, "Athena" Research and Innovation Center, and OpenAIRE on July 20-21, 2022.
In September 2021, LA Referencia, RedCLARA and the Research Data Alliance United States (RDA-US) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) where all three organizations agreed to mutual activities aimed at accelerating the open sharing and re-use of research data between the Latin American region and North America. These activities included efforts which would improve communication and facilitate the exchange of resources and technical capabilities.
This event is the first in a series of webinars focused on open research data in Latin American countries and its intersection with advances in open science in the United States and Europe.
Following the RDA Council Elections earlier this year, some changes in this strategic board will take effect from 13 June 2022. The RDA Council is responsible for the overall oversight, success, strategy, and sustainability of the organisation and is a very important governance board. The range and breadth of expertise and skills on the Council is phenomenal and each member provides their time and efforts on a volunteer basis for the benefit of the global community.
Turning the Internet into a meaningful data space
For decades now, we have been feeding the Internet with petabytes of information of all kinds. The amount of data is indeed so massive and varied that it is not feasible for humans to make sense of it using current processes and standards. What to do then?
International Data Week 2022, hosted by the Republic of Korea, and running from 20-23 June 2022, is still accepting registrations for both in-person and virtual attendances. Those wishing to attend will first need to create an account on IDW2022.org. Once an account has been created, you can continue to register to attend in-person or virtually.
IDW 2022 Travel Update and RDA 19 Plenary final poster submission reminder
Starting 23 May, along with current PCR tests, the Republic of Korea accepts negative rapid antigen test results for travellers boarding flights to the country. Antigen and PCR tests must be professionally administered.