The RI-PATHS team has developed a working note on a functional taxonomy of research infrastructures (RIs) that will form a basis for the development of the impact assessment model. The working note, available here, proposes a classification that distinguishes between RIs that carry out research (basic, use-inspired and applied research) and those that deliver research-oriented services. Such a taxonomy can be applied to explain the various ways in which an investment in or funding of RIs generates and contributes to socio-economic outcomes. In line with the RI-PATHS aim to develop an operational IA model, the taxonomy will be tested on real cases before final validation. If you wish to provide any feedback, please contact us at email@example.com.
Fascinating presentation by @DaliaAConde on how digital Infrastructures and open data sets can help respond to the growing threat of mass species extinction due to humans. #DI4R2018
Today in #Lisbon - in advance of #DI4R2018 - the eInfraCentral advisory board is meeting to explore the developments over the last year of the service catalogue - a key building block of the #EOSC portal !
Sunny (if chilly) morning in Lille for a first meeting with @hautsdefrance in the framework of the @EUinmyRegion Pilot Action for Industrial Transition - moving beyond Smart Specialisation 1.0 !