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Making new data combinations and collaborating with researchers from different disciplines are becoming essential ingredients of scientific research. These activities are increasingly contributing to solutions for multidisciplinary global problems, such as climate change and energy transition. Virtual Research Environments (VREs) can potentially support making data combinations and researcher collaborations by providing a multiplicity of data and services. Many VREs have been developed alreadydblp:conf/iwsg/YinZJRJ18 fatcat:ny3gito7drhnxl67vibcpimibm