Ready for the European Open Science Cloud?

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In a project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the German Council for Scientific Information Infrastructures (abbreviated in German as RfII) has analysed the readiness of three countries to implement the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and published the corresponding working report Ready for the EOSC? A comparative analysis of three countries (France, the Netherlands and Finland) with conclusions for Germany and the further development of EOSC (report available in German only, this is the German title's literal translation). In it, the Council also describes the current state of development of the relevant actors and the underlying policy lines and structures with a focus on Open Science. Read the analysis here:

In addition to that, the RfII held an international expert workshop in May 2021 to discuss data strategies from France, the Netherlands, the UK and Germany. The aim of the meeting was to compare the possible paths towards common data infrastructures for science and research in Europe. The report Towards Common Scientific Data Infrastructures in Europe: Which Road to Take has now been published. The report can be found at the following link: RfII-Workshop Report "Towards Common Scientific Data Infrastructures in Europe: Which Road to Take?" – November 2021 - RfII  



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