LU News 11 | 2022
In this issue you can read about Per Mickwitz’s participation in a European conference on open science, the EOSC, of which Lund University has just become a member. Membership will mean more investment in open research data.
Kristina Eneroth explains that the call for thematic collaboration initiatives is now open, this time also welcoming applications that include education.
On the University Management’s agenda
"New for this year’s call, in addition to focusing on the intersection between research and collaboration, is the opening up for applications that include teaching in some form."
New opportunities to apply for collaboration fundingPer Mickwitz, Pro Vice-Chancellor
"Now that we are a member, the work begins. We will help build effective technical solutions, set the agenda and define the principles for open research data."
LU has now joined the EOSC! What?
New issue of LUM out! No 3 - 2022
In this issue you can read about: Academic freedom is under threat. Medicon Village ten years after the start. Death is our textbook on life Yulia from Russia helps refugees from Ukraine. New collaboration between the University and the underground world.
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