Swedish LifeWatch has from its start in 2010 successfully developed an e-Infrastructure for biodiversity and ecosystem research. A comprehensive report summarises what Swedish LifeWatch has achieved so far.
The European Commission granted the legal status of European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC) to the e-Science and Technology European Infrastructure for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research (LifeWatch)
On July 27th 2016, the Spanish Secretary of State for Research, Development and Innovation has submitted a formal request to the European Commission to set up the e-Science European Infrastructure for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research Consortium (LIFEWATCH-ERIC), with the support of the governments of Belgium, Greece, Italy, Slovenia, and The Netherlands.
az MTA ESFRI küldöttének tájékoztató előadása ...
MTA KIEB Bizottság nyílt ülése
MTA Székház, Budapest
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This portal (http://marine.lifewatch.eu/) can be considered as a first bottom-up development demonstrating potential and capability emulating the LifeWatch objectives. For future versions of the marine VRE we aim to further increase the integration and interaction between the presented components.
The Belgian Biodiversity Platform and several key Biodiversity Informatics related partner institutes are pleased to invite you to the Conference “Empowering Biodiversity Research”, which will take place on May 21th 2015 in Brussels at the Palace of Academies.
The conference will bring together representatives of national and international scientific institutes to explore and discuss the opportunities and strengths related to Biodiversity Informatics and Open Data.
1640/2014. (XI. 14.) Kormány határozat a Nemzeti Intelligens Szakosodási Stratégia (S3) elfogadásáról és a Kutatási Infrastruktúrák Európai Stratégiai Fóruma Útitervében szereplő kutatási infrastruktúra nagyprojektekben való magyar részvételről.
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Summary Report of the 2nd LifeWatch e-Infrastructure Construction Operational Meeting "ICT Core and distributed construction operations", 3-4 Feburary, 2014, Granada-Andalusia, Spain
The LifeWatchTeam (LifeWatch Magyarország munkacsoport) mailing list was established to help our communication. The administrator of the list is Ferenc Horváth (email@example.com)
The homepage of the list is at https://mail.okologia.mta.hu/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/lifewatchteam
The new logo of LifeWatch (522x226 pixel, PNG)
Mr. Kertész informs that Hungary has completed the national application/plan and presented to the Ministry.
The Section of Biological Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences supports the efforts of Dr. Katalin Török in the establishment of an international institution in Hungary, within the framework of LifeWatch ESFRI.