Open Science in practice: Software Heritage and UNESCO meet in Paris

The annual symposium of Software Heritage was held as a joint summit with UNESCO at UNESCO’s headquarters in Paris on 7 February. Karel Luyben, president of the EOSC Association (EOSC-A), participated as a panellist on the topic of Open Science.

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The Future of Research Data Management – Symposium

Managing the entire data life cycle, from generating, structuring and processing data to making it FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable) is becoming increasingly important for research. The Research Data Cluster addressed these challenges of RDM in a Symposium.

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