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Year in Review: SciLake

The Project: SciLake is an EU-funded research project that provides innovative and customizable services for the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). Its main objective is to deliver technologies that facilitate the integration of domain knowledge and open Scientific Knowledge Graphs (SKGs) to simplify the development of valuable services tailored to specific domains. The project involves 13 partners from 9 countries, including experts in scholarly communication and domain experts from four scien...

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Reflections on: SciLake Plenary Meeting

This November, the SciLake team held a plenary meeting in Barcelona to discuss the progress and future plans of the project. About SciLake: SciLake is a project funded by the European Union's Horizon Europe program. Its goal is to change how scientific knowledge is accessed and used. The project focuses on combining domain knowledge with open Scientific Knowledge Graphs (SKGs) and creating useful added-value services for specific research areas. By doing this, SciLake aims to overcome the challe...

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CHIST-ERA announced the publication of the Call ORD

The CHIST-ERA consortium has created a common funding instrument to support transnational projects. Through this instrument, the national/regional funding organisations of CHIST-ERA support and join the Horizon Europe Open Science agenda. By launching joint calls, they can support more diverse communities, who are able to tackle the most challenging and novel Open Science topics.This call concerns the following topic:Open & Re-usable Research Data & Software (ORD) The challenges and prom...

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Science Set Free: OpenAIRE2020 in 10 Steps

Over 50 partners and 100 attendees gathered at the end of January in Athens. The event was more a conference, than a kick-off, here are the top 10 take-aways: 1. OpenAIRE2020 is 3-5 projects in one OpenAIRE2020 has a grand vision: building on previous iterations, it is an infrastructure which now supports the OA mandate of the EC via a network of repositories, OA journals and information systems (CRIS). The project also includes a full complement of scholarly communication building blocks: resea...

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