COVID-19 Galaxy service @ EOSC Synergy

An instance of a Galaxy portal for the processing of genomic data has been setup at: https://covid19.eosc-synergy.eu/galaxy The portal is freely accessible and includes data on coronavirae and specially samples from SARS-CoV-2 (COVID19) daily updated from the public international databanks, as well as some key tools for identification of mutations, phylogenetic analysis, sample processing and […]

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COVID-19: Supporting research in challenging times

With the novel COVID-19 Coronavirus, the world is experiencing a variety of challenges. Researchers are working day and night, analysing the outbreak. Open Science, as a whole, has never been more relevant. Nor has the collaborative spirit that persistently remains amongst all of us. In EOSC Synergy we want to do as much as we […]

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This ancient, secret ingredient will dramatically increase…

By Matti Heikkurinen, EGI …the performance of your research and innovation services. We are of course talking about policy work: ensuring that the developments and services fit the rules and regulations that govern the overall research and innovation processes. Clickbait aside, policy work is typically seen as something similar to a healthy diet, good sleeping […]

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EOSC Synergy and its 10 thematic services

EOSC Synergy aims at expanding the uptake of EOSC by building capacities. Thematic services constitute an important part of the project and are the final layer that is exposed to final users. Therefore, the expansion of the capacity of the thematic services will require improved platform services and improved infrastructure services. The thematic services expect […]

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EOSC Synergy Software Quality Assurance

Quality is a fundamental aspect for  a successful uptake of EOSC services and data repositories by the European research communities. EOSC Synergy is developing a quality based approach to foster the adoption of EOSC services and data repositories, which will improve, promote and reward quality. This approach exploits an automated validation process to assess the quality […]

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EOSC Synergy Quality Badges

EOSC Synergy is adopting the Open Badges specification by means of the open-source Badgr platform to issue verifiable digital certifications to both software and services that comply with the baseline quality requirements being defined in the project.  After the definition of the quality criteria, a Jenkins-based pipeline will be created in order to automatically assess […]

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All-hands meeting EOSC Synergy

The EOSC Synergy all-hand meeting will take place in Valencia, Spain, from 28 to 30 January 2020. More information: Location: Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Ciudad Politécnica de la Innovación (CPI, Polytechnic Science Park) General instructions to arrive to UPV: Address: Access Avenida de Los Naranjos main entrances I7 or J8.Closest public transport access points: Bus (Lines […]

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Webinar: Coming together to map the national landscape analysis on EOSC

The launch of the projects EOSC-Pillar, EOSC Synergy, EOSC Nordic, and NI4OS-Europe – marks an important milestone for the development of the European Open Science Cloud as it further connects national initiatives, policies, infrastructures, services, and people to the EOSC. The projects make for a stronger voice in Europe and this webinar will be the first of many mutual […]

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Ibergrid 2019

The 10th Iberian Grid Conference will take place in Santiago de Compostela, from Monday 23rd to Thursday 26th of September. The call for abstract is open (extended deadline: 7th of July). All the contributions will have the opportunity to be published as Conference Proceedings. After the conference, accepted contributions will be invited to submit a full manuscript describing the […]

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EOSC Synergy kicks off in Santiago de Compostela

EOSC Synergy kicks off in Santiago de Compostela. EOSC Synergy will contribute to the European Open Science Cloud landscape by expanding the capacities and building the capabilities of EOSC. In practice this will mean more compute and storage available to researchers, and more datasets and tools to expand avenues of research. In the upcoming 3 […]

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