Open Science Lunch: Building and running a service for sharing curated research data
Learn about how data sharing services are built and run based on an example from EBRAINS Research Infrastructure.
Research data sharing policies of institutions, funding agencies, and journals have changed considerable over the last two decades, in parallel with access to faster internet and technological solutions making the sharing practical and meaningful. As a contribution to the open science movement and follow up on new developments in neuroinformatics, the European Commission has funded the creation of the EBRAINS Data and Knowledge services for sharing of data, computational models, and related software, targeting brain and brain-inspired sciences. These subject specific services employ a curation workflow, a unified metadata model, a knowledge graph for metadata management, search, and access to data for download or use in online workspaces. Grab your matpakke and join us for a short presentation on this topic by Professor Jan G. Bjaalie from the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences at University of Oslo and the EBRAINS Research Infrastructure, joined by a panel of data curation scientists for an open Q&A session afterwards!
About Open Science Lunch
Each last Thursday of the month at 12.00 we invite you to join us virtually for an online open lunch to hear about how to make your research more open. We will discuss research transparency and visibility, open publishing, data sharing, and more! After each short presentation we will have a Q&A session, where you can ask questions or try yourself some of the tools and solutions we will present!