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RDA TIGER is a project tasked with providing support services for the Working Groups (WGs) within the Research Data Alliance. It has now been six months since our consortium RDA kicked-off in Brussels, and it’s timely to give an overview of what we’ve been up to.
New Support for potential RDA Working Groups
In the past few years I have followed RDA and other international communities on FAIR data and open science with great interest. So of course I was aware of the plenary and excited to finally get the chance to participate and meet up this year. With my RDA / EOSC Future domain ambassadorship in the arctic data community, this visit was not just about participating in the RDA Plenary, but also about the collocated EOSC Future event and meeting the RDA team and fellow domain ambassadors in person.
Key takeaways: the acute need for information on RDA and EOSC among the European Federation for Immunogenetics (EFI) community, the awareness of Open Science of the young generation of scientists, and interest beyond Europe for EOSC.
The RDA/EOSC Future team is launching a series of spotlights to showcase the grantees, their work and experience.