The Technological University Network (TU-NET) is an affiliation of the Technological Universities in Ireland: Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), Technological University of the South-East (SETU), Munster Technological University (MTU), Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest (TUS) and Atlantic Technological University (ATU). TU-NET is a network for the Irish Technological Universities to share expertise, information and resources where possible. This portal harvests data from the following Open Access Repositories: ARROW (TU Dublin), SETU Waterford Libraries Repository and Research@THEA (SETU Carlow, TUS, ATU & IADT). Background photo by Pietro Jeng on Unsplash
ELIXIR-GR enhances the potential of the Greek bioinformatics community to offer open, easily accessible and state -of- the- art services to the Greek and the international academic community and other stakeholders, such as industry and the health sector. More importantly, by providing these services, the infrastructure facilitates discoveries in the field of the life-sciences, having strong spill over effects in promoting innovation in sectors such as discovery of new drug targets and development of novel therapeutic agents, development of innovative diagnostics, personalized medicine, and development of innovative biotechnological products and processes.
Welcome to the Open Research Gateway for Transport Research. This gateway is part of the TOPOS Observatory (https://www.topos-observatory.eu). The TOPOS aims to showcase the status and progress of open science uptake in transport research. It focuses on promoting territorial and cross border cooperation and contributing in the optimization of open science in transport research. The TOPOS Observatory is supported by the EC H2020 BEOPEN project (824323)
University of the Arctic
Creation Date: 27-11-2023
The University of the Arctic (UArctic) is a network of universities, colleges, research institutes, and other organizations concerned with education and research in and about the North.
EnerMaps Open Data Management Tool aims to improve data management and accessibility in the field of energy research for the renewable energy industry. EnerMaps’ tool accelerates and facilitates the energy transition offering a qualitative and user-friendly digital platform to the energy professionals. The project is based on the FAIR data principle which requires data to be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. EnerMaps project coordinates and enriches existing energy databases to promote trans-disciplinary research and to develop partnerships between researchers and the energy professionals. The EnerMaps project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement N°884161. Website: https://enermaps.eu/