Open Call Winner Phase 1 - My Science Work

New generation mining service 

The solution will allow to identify and extract from OpenAIRE projects and publications database the following entities: people, locations, organizations.

Tender priority topics addressed: The proposal will allow OpenAIRE to enhance the quality of the OpenAIRE graph by giving the opportunity to enrich the existing metadata mining processes with new entities.

Phase 1 budget: 9,000 €

About

Founded in 2010 by Virginie Simon, a biotech engineer and PhD in nanotechnology, and Tristan Davaille, a financial engineer with a degree in economics — MyScienceWork serves the international scientific community and promotes easy access to scientific publications, unrestricted diffusion of knowledge and open science. Our comprehensive database includes more than 90 million scientific publications and 12 million patents.

We host a community of professional scientists and science enthusiasts from around the world who use MyScienceWork's open network to deposit and discover scientific publications of all disciplines. For Research Institutions, Scientific Publishers & private-sector R&D companies, MyScienceWork provides a suite of data-driven solutions. 

Our vision for the near future is to empower research institutions and industries with more intelligence related to research fields by aggregating all available data related to research results to accelerate findings, optimize funding and research efforts, improve transparency, bridge the knowledge gap between academia and industry and avoid duplicate research.

MySciencework believes that making science more accessible will foster data sharing amongst science organizations.

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