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European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Finnish Forum webinar on 25th January

Recently established European Open Science Cloud Finnish Forum organizes a webinar on 25th January at 12:30.

The EOSC webinar aims at providing an overview of the current state of the art of EOSC at European and national level and at discussing the future opportunities. The webinar will also be the occasion to present the EOSC Finnish Forum concept and plans for 2021.The EOSC coordination is discussed and working groups present the results of the groups.

One of the speakers is Karel Luyben, the first president of the EOSC Association and a member of board at Aalto University.

The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) is one of the new partnerships supported by the European Commission and Member States. It aims to realise a “web of fair data” and provides a virtual environment with access to various services supporting open science and the management of the research data lifecycle, from sharing to processing and preserving data

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