Join the upcoming conference on data sharing blog

Several CS3MESH4EOSC participants have already set their sights on participating in RDA’s next upcoming virtual conference, the Global Adoption Week.

RDA_Adoption_Week

The adoption session was originally planned for the 15th RDA Plenary Meeting, but is now turning in to a global adoption week. At the Global Adoption Week, a number of interesting speakers will demonstrate a wide variety of ado


Cloud storage tailored for researchers blog

Join the ScienceMesh journey

Archive cloud - from https://www.flaticon.com/free-icon/archive_138910

Are you about to deploy a network attached Storage (NAS) solution for your research project or looking into the wide range of cloud-based storage solutions from Google, AWS, Drop


FAIR data handling with CS3MESH4EOSC blog

Taking the pain out of compliance

GO FAIR Propeller - from https://www.go-fair.org/resources/internet-fair-data-services/

If you know you will be gathering scientific data, you


Logorithmics blog

Attempts at designing a logo for our project


UPDATE (10 June 2020)

A winner has been found! Our official project logo is now:

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ScienceMesh at a glance blog

Attempt at visualising ScienceMesh

Visualisation of ScienceMesh

One question we get a lot is: What exactly do you mean by a mesh?

It is expected to be major outcome of our project, so t


The project has officially started news

Successful kick-off event over

Group photo of project participants present at the kickoff meeting.

At a successful kickoff event, manpower has been assigned, a steering committee has been elected, dinner has been eaten and the project is well underway.


Meet CS3MESH4EOSC in Copenhagen news

The yearly CS3 conference is being held in Copenhagen on Monday, January 27

Conference dinner venue: Banquet hall of the Worker's Museum.

The CS3 Concerence is welcoming guests and speakers from across Europe and the world with a packed program, starting with a thought-provoking keynote titled "May we please store your personal data?" by Michiel De Jong.

In particular, this year's conference is a chance for the greater communi