Switzerland pledges support to Open Knowledge Maps on a national level

The Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries (CSAL) has signed a membership for Open Knowledge Maps on behalf of nine of its members, in an agreement bringing AI-driven visual discovery to researchers and research institutions across Switzerland. The partnership is further enhanced by the participation of the Swiss Library Service Platform (SLSP), the operator of Switzerland’s national library platform, swisscovery, which will bring Open Knowledge Maps visualisations to over 500 libraries. This widespread support from the Swiss research community will strengthen Open Knowledge Maps and its open infrastructure as a part of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).

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The Federation, Nodes and governance: EOSC-A’s 8th General Assembly brings the future into focus

UNESCO has set up five working groups, each targeting key impact areas crucial for implementing the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science (OS) adopted on 23 November 2021. While the Recommendation affirmed the importance of open science as a vital tool to improve the quality and accessibility of both scientific outputs and scientific processes, these working groups brought together experts and open science entities from various fields and domains to address distinct yet interconnected topics and challenges essential to the implementation of the Recommendation.

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UNESCO Working Group on Open Science Policies and Policy Instruments

UNESCO has set up five working groups, each targeting key impact areas crucial for implementing the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science (OS) adopted on 23 November 2021. While the Recommendation affirmed the importance of open science as a vital tool to improve the quality and accessibility of both scientific outputs and scientific processes, these working groups brought together experts and open science entities from various fields and domains to address distinct yet interconnected topics and challenges essential to the implementation of the Recommendation.

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UNESCO Working Group on Open Science Funding and Incentives

UNESCO has set up five working groups, each targeting key impact areas crucial for implementing the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science (OS) adopted on 23 November 2021. While the Recommendation affirmed the importance of open science as a vital tool to improve the quality and accessibility of both scientific outputs and scientific processes, these working groups brought together experts and open science entities from various fields and domains to address distinct yet interconnected topics and challenges essential to the implementation of the Recommendation.

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EOSC Austria: Visions, needs and requirements for research data and practices #10

Marcus Huber, a quantum physicist and ERC Grantee, talks about the serious data storage issue that comes with open data preservation, as well as burdens associated with the current grant application process. He also touches the topic of permanently employing people at universities that are not at a full professor level.

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UNESCO Working Group on Open Science Monitoring Framework

UNESCO has set up five working groups, each targeting key impact areas crucial for implementing the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science (OS) adopted on 23 November 2021. While the Recommendation affirmed the importance of open science as a vital tool to improve the quality and accessibility of both scientific outputs and scientific processes, these working groups brought together experts and open science entities from various fields and domains to address distinct yet interconnected topics and challenges essential to the implementation of the Recommendation.

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UNESCO Working Group on Open Science Capacity Building

UNESCO has set up five working groups, each targeting key impact areas crucial for implementing the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science (OS) adopted on 23 November 2021. While the Recommendation affirmed the importance of open science as a vital tool to improve the quality and accessibility of both scientific outputs and scientific processes, these working groups brought together experts and open science entities from various fields and domains to address distinct yet interconnected topics and challenges essential to the implementation of the Recommendation.

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