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[VIDEO] EMODnet : Providing Open Data supporting Open Science

The EMODnet Secretariat is delighted to release EMODnet for science, the first video of a series of eight illustrating the fundamental role of EMODnet in society.

As our population grows and we move towards a climate-neutral Europe, we will depend more and more on our marine resources to find sustainable solutions for some of the biggest challenges we face. Scientific research provides us with the knowledge we need to understand the ocean: its state, its behaviour and the life that it sustains. The collection and analysis of marine data is at the basis of this scientific endeavour.

But where can scientists find the data they need to create knowledge…? And where can researchers contribute open access data for long-term integration, interoperability and impact? This video urges scientists in Europe and beyond to discover how EMODnet’s Open Data supports marine scientific research and promotes global collaboration and trust, the bedrock of Open Science!

Save the date - SeaDataCloud Online User Workshop Hi-Tech to High knowledge

The National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics (OGS), on behalf of the SeaDataCloud partnership, is pleased to invite you  to the SeaDataCloud User Workshop, which will be held via webinar.

17 Sep 2020

Webinar - EMODnet: A decade of achievements connecting marine data to knowledge

Celebrate 10 years of EMODnet by joining us at a virtual gathering on 22 September 2020 14:00-17:00 CEST.
22 Sep 2020

Save the date - Marine data to support aquaculture in the North Atlantic

The workshop “Marine data to support aquaculture in the North Atlantic”, jointly organised by EATiP, DG MARE, DG DEFIS, Copernicus Marine and EMODnet, will be held on October 20 and 21 (both days from 10 to 13 CET) as a virtual and highly interactive event, using tools for on-line discussions and co-creation.

20 Oct 2020 to 21 Oct 2020