This area provides visibility to the impact of the FAIRsFAIR tools, services, recommendations and guidelines towards target stakeholders from the EOSC framework.  We have asked projects and EOSC partners to share their experience and lessons learnt in this series of “FAIR Adoption Stories”. Enjoy them!

 

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FAIR + Time: Preservation for a Designated Community

The draft working paper "FAIR + Time: Preservation for a Designated Community", released by EOSC-NORDIC, FAIRsFAIR, and SSHOC, seeks to present key concepts and expand on them to specify the standards and assessments required for an interoperable ecosystem of FAIR data preserved for the long term in generalist and specialist FAIR-enabling trustworthy digital repositories (TDR) for a defined designated community of users.

EOSC-NORDIC FAIRification study testing F-UJI

The aim of the FAIRification initiative for repositories run by the EOSC-Nordic project ( http://eosc-nordic.eu) is to integrate datasets, soſtware, publications, and other research outputs for researchers consistently and orderly. The way to do that is to adhere to the FAIR principles to make research data more reusable and science more transparent, efficient, and trustworthy. By doing so, the F-UJI tool developed by FAIRsFAIR was tested.

ExPaNDS Develops a Data Policy Framework for National Photon & Neutron Research Infrastructures

The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Photon and Neutron Data Service (ExPaNDS) project aims to expand, accelerate, and support the data management and data services provided through the EOSC for national Photon and Neutron Research Infrastructures (PaN RIs). FAIRsFAIR policy-oriented recommendations were examined to evaluate if and how they might apply to PaN RI data policy.