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 protected].
When you land @BrusselsAirport and your work for @EcoWal is projected on large screens in the baggage hall to welcome you home.
One of the projects we funded has just raised €7m euro investment funding to sustain their growth. Looking forward to following the future development of @_cubbit as a European Internet success stories.
The International Conference on Research Infrastructures (ICRI) @icri2021 sparked important debates on challenges and emerging trends for #ResearchInfrastructures around the world. Check out our key takeaways from the conference: https://www.efiscentre.eu/icri2021/