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07 Sep 2020

EOSC Podcast Special: Making Open Science FAIR For Researchers

EOSCsecretariat.eu is launching a series of podcasts, focusing on different topics surrounding EOSC. The first episode featured EOSC FAIR Working Group Chair, Sarah Jones, discussing Open Science, FAIR Data, and how and when researchers should be engaged. The conversation is fascinating as she pulls back the curtain on what EOSC is looking to achieve, explaining what Open Science and FAIR Data mean.Read more

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20 Jul 2020

Open Consultation On The Future Of EOSC Published

The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Executive Board is launching an open consultation on the EOSC Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA). The consultation will run for 6 weeks over the summer, closing 31st August and will be in the form of an online questionnaire available on the EOSCSecretariat.eu website. Have your say and help us shape the future of the EOSC!Read more

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10 Jul 2020

Open consultation on the priorities of the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda to begin 20th July

The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Executive Board will, on 20th July 2020, publish an open consultation on the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA). The consultation will run for 6 weeks over the summer, closing 31st August and will be in the form of an online questionnaire available on the EOSCSecretariat.eu website. Have your say and help us shape the future of the EOSC!Read more

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13 Mar 2020

COVID-19 Highlights the Need for EOSC

It was only almost four months ago when the first case of the 2019–20 coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak was reported. Fast forward today and we see confirmed cases reaching the hundred thousand mark, more than 4,000 dead, and governments and international agencies scrambling to find a cure or vaccine. For us to find such a solution, the work is no different from putting together pieces of a puzzle. Bits of data and knowledge here and there, not to mention policies that should not only be conducive, but actually encouraging such activities. The future European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) can be the answer to societal challenges as they emerge. 

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08 Mar 2020

Workshop “Co-creating the EOSC: Needs and requirements for future research environments”: Synthesis of the takeaway messages

To better understand what the research community needs,  the EOSCSecretariat partner TU Wien is organizing a series of workshops. The first by-invitation-only workshop took place on 13 January 2020 in Feldkirch in Vorarlberg, Austria: a small group of 20 European top-level researchers coming from different domains with a focus on natural and technical sciences was invited to brainstorm about the actual needs in their current research as well as about future needs and requirements concerning research infrastructures, and services. Read more

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19 Nov 2019

How Can Researchers Make Use of EOSC?

The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) has entered a critical phase in preparing for 2021, where the first full iteration of EOSC will be available for researchers providing access to a virtual environment with open and seamless services for storage, management, analysis and re-use of research data, across borders and scientific disciplines.Read more

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15 Oct 2019

EOSC Workplan published

The EOSC Executive Board has released the first version of the EOSC Work Plan. The plan outlines the key outputs which will be delivered in this first phase of implementation. They comprise a first iteration of activities which will be handed over to a new governance structure at the end of 2020. The timelines, methods for delivery and key inputs are outlined in this document and run from mid-2019 until the end of 2020. The Work Plan will be updated periodically, at least in Q1 of 2020, but potentially more regularly if needed.Read more

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08 Oct 2019

EOSC Concertation Meeting report: Building together an EOSC greater than the sum of its parts

The final report from the first general EOSC Concertation meeting has been released. The 2-day meeting, was jointly organised by DG-RTD and DG-CNECT, the two units from the European Commission currently funding the invited EOSC projects and coordinating activities, as well as the EOSCsecretariat.eu. Taking place 9-10 September 2019 in Brussels, the meeting responded to a recognised need to bring the EOSC community together and inform each other about the respective activities.

Input from all the sessions has now been collected and collated in a final public reportRead more

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12 Aug 2019

EOSC Secretariat’s Funding Opportunities: Let's co-create now!

The EOSC Secretariat responds to the plea for stakeholder engagement by introducing the Co-creation approach and a budget for its realisation. Therefore, retains a high degree of flexibility in its roll-out plan by adopting a co-creation approach and providing budget for all upcoming, foreseen and unforeseen, activities and actions related to the work of the EOSC Secretariat to support the EOSC Governance.Read more

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21 May 2019

Outcomes from the first EOSC GB-EB Meeting, 7-8 May, Munich

The EOSC Governance Board (GB) and Executive Board (EB) came together last week for a special meeting dedicated to building cooperation and trust between the two boards. They were joined by a number of European Commission representatives including Jean-Claude Burgelman, head of Unit for Open Science and Data Policies DG RTD; and Andreas Veispak, head of eInfrastructure & Science Cloud, DG Connect. Partners from the EOSCsecretariat.eu project which supports EOSC governance were also present and guided proceedings. Read more

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15 Feb 2019

EU Particle Physics & Astronomy commit to the Research Data Revolution making the European Open Science Cloud a reality

ESCAPE – « The European Science Cluster of Astronomy & Particle Physics ESFRI Research Infrastructures » answers the EOSC ambition in bringing People, Data, Services, Training, Publications, Projects & Organisations, all together in an integrated and federated environment. The project is led by the IN2P3, the national institute of nuclear and particle physics within CNRS, the French public research organisation, with a consortium of 31 partners including 27 European partner institutions, two pan-European research organisations, and two SMEs.Read more

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