Pilot Project provides findings and advice on data sharing in development research

  • 24/10/2017
  • data pilot

    Launched just ahead of last year’s FORCE11 conference devoted to the utilisation of technological and open science advancements to communication of scholarship, the data sharing pilot project of Prof. Cameron Neylon, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, Australia, and his collaborators has published its final outcomes days before FORCE2017. The project made use of the innovative open science RIO Journal, which […]

    Making the most out of biological observations data

  • 22/03/2016
  • EU-BON_New2

    Creating and maintaining a biodiversity data collection has been a much-needed worldwide exercise for years, yet there is no single standard on how to do this. This has led to a myriad of datasets often incompatible with each other. To make the most out of biodiversity data and to ensure that its use for environmental […]