- 4 April 2018
“the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” - The Entomological Collection of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich) is currently digitizing its collection of butterflies and moths.The article includes maps, interviews and images and informs about the digitization procedure and the application of the resulting data: Digitize, share, connect - Data from natural history collections go mobile. A great insight into the potential utilization and added benefits of a digital collection.
- 7 March 2018
With ICEDIG now running its course, the first stakeholder engagement efforts of the project were launched at the highly anticipated ICEDIG Opening Conference which was held on March 6th, 2018. The event was hosted by the Finnish Natural History Museum at the Economicum university premises in Helsinki. Welcoming the audience was LUOMUS Director Leif Schulman who is also the coordinator of ICEDIG.
- 19 February 2018
ICEDIG “Innovation and Consolidation for large scale Digitisation of natural heritage” is a project directly contributing to the preparation of DiSSCo. Funded by the H2020 Infrastructures Programme, ICEDIG is addressing the technical, financial, policy, and governance aspects in developing DiSSCo. Specifically, it focuses on the the challenges linked to mass scale digitisation of European collections.
- 22 November 2017
The Distributed System of Scientific Collections (DiSSCo) welcomes and fully endorses the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Declaration, recognising the mission-critical role of EOSC towards an open science and open innovation research landscape. DiSSCo acknowledges the operation of EOSC as foundational for the successful delivery and provision of the DiSSCo Research Infrastructure (RI) services.