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Research data events open to all

RDA Plenary co-located events on research data and open science, on 21-22 October, open to all.
Group work at Aalto University (photo: Aino Huovio)
Photo: Aino Huovio

Aalto University will host the 14th Research Data Alliance plenary 23-25 October 2019. Before the plenary, on Monday 21 and Tuesday 22 October there will be several events open to public in Otaniemi and other locations in Espoo and Helsinki.

There will be, for example, an event on EOSC (European Open Science Cloud) services for research data management, a workshop on scholarly societies in the context of open science and FAIR principles, an event on persistent identifiers (PIDs) as a core component of open science, and a workshop on designing the data landscape of the future.

Please find all the open events here. Some events require registration.  

https://www.rd-alliance.org/rda-14th-plenary-side-meetings-collocated-events

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