Filters








20,974 Hits in 4.3 sec

Conclusion [chapter]

Rakeshnie Ramoutar-Prieschl, Sepo Hachigonta
2020 Management of Research Infrastructures: A South African Funding Perspective  
These challenges require collaborations in the areas of science, technology and innovation, which involves access to the best RI facilities and expertise in the world.  ...  across the innovation value chain.  ...  a well-coordinated research infrastructure system in South Africa and within the continent.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-37281-1_8 fatcat:dhjt7hfxrbbrrea6ljxovtwcqm

The Global Open Science Cloud Landscape

Yin Chen, Jianhui Li, Simon Hodson, Mark Dietrich, Tiziana Ferrari, Lili Zhang, Ane Persic, Geoffrey Boulton, Hussein Sherief, Sarah Jones, Corina Pascu, Ingemar Häggström (+13 others)
2021 Zenodo  
Fundamentally, it aims to make it easy for scientists to access cross-continent digital resources in order to resolve global challenges such as problems caused by the COVID19, and those identified in the  ...  We are at the threshold of an era with unprecedented opportunities for cross-disciplinary and cross-border research collaborations.  ...  Acknowledgement We'd like to thank all speakers in the Global Open Science Cloud Workshop, Nov 2020, for their valuable contributions.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5720674 fatcat:fbps7na34zfdbdpf32gztulcp4

The Global Open Science Cloud Landscape

Yin Chen, Jianhui Li, Simon Hodson, Mark Dietrich, Tiziana Ferrari, Lili Zhang, Ane Persic, Geoffrey Boulton, Hussein Sherief, Sarah Jones, Corina Pascu, Ingemar Häggström (+13 others)
2021 Zenodo  
Fundamentally, it aims to make it easy for scientists to access cross-continent digital resources in order to resolve global challenges such as problems caused by the COVID19, and those identified in the  ...  We are at the threshold of an era with unprecedented opportunities for cross-disciplinary and cross-border research collaborations.  ...  Acknowledgement We'd like to thank all speakers in the Global Open Science Cloud Workshop, Nov 2020, for their valuable contributions.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5575275 fatcat:vaxn6t7zbjgcnppzkb2gcrcphq

Towards Operational Research Infrastructures with FAIR Data and Services [chapter]

Zhiming Zhao, Keith Jeffery, Markus Stocker, Malcolm Atkinson, Andreas Petzold
2020 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this last chapter, we conclude and identify future challenges in research infrastructure operation, user support, interoperability, and future evolution.  ...  Environmental research infrastructures aim to provide scientists with facilities, resources and services to enable scientists to effectively perform advanced research.  ...  Towards Operational Research Infrastructures with FAIR Data and Services  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-52829-4_20 fatcat:4swtr6dwg5br3drrqjqprb7gk4

Model framework for governance of genomic research and biobanking in Africa – a content description

Aminu Yakubu, Paulina Tindana, Alice Matimba, Katherine Littler, Nchangwi Syntia Munung, Ebony Madden, Ciara Staunton, Jantina De Vries
2018 AAS Open Research  
The need for broad access brings along a host of ethical concerns, including those related to privacy and confidentiality, as well as fairness and equity in access and capacity to utilise these samples  ...  Genomic research and biobanking are expanding globally, with a promise to fast-track the research needed to improve approaches to disease treatment and prevention through scientific collaborations such  ...  This paper highlights the key contents of this framework and plans for its implementation across the African continent.  ... 
doi:10.12688/aasopenres.12844.1 pmid:30714023 pmcid:PMC6354903 fatcat:tiuzwnq2szf4jdnrqjq2gfyace

Ethical research in global health emergencies: making the case for a broader understanding of 'research ethics'

Katharine S Wright
2020 International Health  
The ethical challenges of global health research become particularly acute in emergency contexts, and are exacerbated by historic inequities and imbalances in power and influence.  ...  An 'ethical compass' of three core values (equal respect, fairness and helping reduce suffering) supports ethical reflection at the level of policy, as well as on the ground.  ...  / research-in-global-health-emergencies/about-the-working-group, accessed 21 May 2020).  ... 
doi:10.1093/inthealth/ihaa053 pmid:33165558 fatcat:2qjm7nt5yjbo3oan53fxazk5im

Report on RDA integration with other European initiatives

Alex Delipalta, Daniel Bangert, Ilaria Fava, Ryan O'Connor, Sara Garavelli, Sarah Jones, Timea Biro
2020 Zenodo  
Later sections describe collaborative activities undertaken by communities and individuals supported by RDA Europe 4.0: the Group of European Data Experts in RDA (GEDE-RDA), the RDA Europe Ambassadors,  ...  The report continues with examples of RDA groups that facilitate collaboration between EOSC projects.  ...  FAIRsFAIR "Fostering FAIR Data Practices In Europe" has received funding from the European Union's  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4518846 fatcat:6e2zsnee7za23bmmny6ba3szoi

Report on RDA integration with other European initiatives

Daniel Bangert, Ilaria Fava, Ryan O'Connor, Sarah Jones, Alex Delipalta, Sara Garavelli, Timea Biro
2020 Zenodo  
This report describes how RDA Europe 4.0 supports the integration of RDA in the broader landscape of related European initiatives, with a focus on projects and activities implementing the European Open  ...  FAIRsFAIR "Fostering FAIR Data Practices In Europe" has received funding from the European Union's  ...  We also acknowledge the support from the organising teams of EOSC-hub Week, Linking Open Science in Austria, and the Open Science Fair, and thank all workshop participants for their valuable input.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3630264 fatcat:au4m4kcilfe2tdut44mq3bqlwy

Addressing priorities for surgical research in Africa: implementation of a multicentre cloud-based peri-operative registry in Ethiopia

Network for Peri-operative Critical care (N4PCc)*
2021 Anaesthesia  
It will provide continuous granular healthcare information necessary to empower clinicians to drive context-specific priorities for service improvement and research, in collaboration with national stakeholders  ...  A south-south collaboration supported the implementation of a context specific, clinician-led, multicentre real-time peri-operative registry in Ethiopia.  ...  Acknowledgements The Network for Perioperative and Critical care (N4PCc) authorship includes co-ordinators and collaborators for the  ... 
doi:10.1111/anae.15394 pmid:33492690 fatcat:amoss4jovbga5o727j6bqbeqdu

The impact of stakeholders' geographical distribution on managing requirements in a multi-site organization

D.E. Damian, D. Zowghi
2002 Proceedings IEEE Joint International Conference on Requirements Engineering ICRE-02  
The goal was to examine RE practice in global software development, to formulate recommendations for improvement as well as to provide directions for future research on methods and tools.  ...  The paper concludes with recommendations for improving RE practice in this setting.  ...  The large distribution of stakeholders across five continents introduced large time-zone differences and allowed little overlap available for synchronous collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icre.2002.1048545 dblp:conf/re/DamianZ02 fatcat:smpqvwagzrac7m6hwn45o7x6bm

Genomic Research Data Generation, Analysis and Sharing – Challenges in the African Setting

Nicola Mulder, Clement A. Adebamowo, Sally N. Adebamowo, Oladimeji Adebayo, Osimhiarherhuo Adeleye, Mohamed Alibi, Shakuntala Baichoo, Alia Benkahla, Faisal M. Fadlelmola, Hassan Ghazal, Kais Ghedira, Alice Matimba (+7 others)
2017 Data Science Journal  
SNA and CAA are funded by H3Africa's African Collaborative Center for Microbiome and Genomics Research (ACCME) grant supported by the National Institutes of Health (1U54HG006947).  ...  Big data transfer is an essential service particularly when collaborating across multiple sites.  ...  H3ABioNet has run a number of courses across all areas of bioinformatics and systems administration to prepare researchers for the deluge of genomics data.  ... 
doi:10.5334/dsj-2017-049 fatcat:3fogrr5wkbfttbkrcbezxerdhu

Investing in health R&D: where we are, what limits us, and how to make progress in Africa

Victoria Simpkin, Evelyn Namubiru-Mwaura, Lorcan Clarke, Elias Mossialos
2019 BMJ Global Health  
This article provides insights into the sources of investment in health science research, available research capacity and level of research output in Africa.  ...  Given the vast inequalities across Africa in R&D, strategies need to reflect the different capacities of countries to address this disparity.  ...  The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect those of the individuals that provided input throughout this article.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2018-001047 fatcat:zswlbvrpcbh4jpeau6hgbeslbe

Between Ambitious Strategies and Reality: The African Union Strategy on COVID-19 Vaccine

Amr ElAteek, Shimaa A. Heikal, Ludmila Rozanova, Antoine Flahault
2021 Epidemiologia  
Since the development of different vaccines and their supply globally, most countries have developed their own strategies to effectively provide sufficient doses for their population and start the vaccination  ...  In this perspective, we review the African Union vaccination strategy by exploring the implementation of the strategy and its outcomes.  ...  or unincluded in the health systems.  ... 
doi:10.3390/epidemiologia2040042 fatcat:xyj5e2vw5rbd5p3vacr2vkcjc4

Advancing the international data science workforce through shared training and education

John Van Horn, Sumiko Abe, José Luis Ambite, Teresa K. Attwood, Niall Beard, Louisa Bellis, Avnish Bhattrai, Alex Bui, Gully Burns, Lily Fierro, Jonathan Gordon, Jeffrey Grethe (+8 others)
2019 F1000Research  
Generally, international cooperation was viewed as essential for accommodating the widest possible participation in the modern bioscience enterprise, providing skills in a truly "FAIR" manner, addressing  ...  Several recommendations for the exchange of educational frameworks are made, along with potential sources for support, and plans for further cooperative efforts are presented.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank our respective colleagues for providing critical comments on an earlier draft of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.18357.1 fatcat:mcjebmkc6feepesgt2y2orzkzu

e-ROSA D3.7 - Foresight Roadmap Paper

Panagiotis Zervas, Nikos Manouselis, Pythagoras Karampiperis, Odile Hologne, Sander Janssen, Johannes Keizer
2018 Zenodo  
The writing of this statement was planned from the beginning as a collaborative effort, not limited to the participants of the e-ROSA project. 17 professionals from 3 continents (USA, India, China, Europe  ...  More than 100 stakeholders were involved in the elaboration of this roadmap through the workshops and the project methodology to build a common knowledge, foresight and recommendations to achieve this  ...  FOOD 2030 promotes a food systems approach, to overcome fragmentation, facilitate collaboration and bridging across disciplines and challenges.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1479659 fatcat:6tiv5h5qkbhkddpf3q2wgfuc5i
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 20,974 results