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    News 2020-09-15

    Launch of Digital Life Sciences Open Call

    Cloudify your data, tools and workflows for furthering life science research. Proposal deadline is 22 December 2020!

    EOSC-Life has launched its first Digital Life Sciences Open Call: A European Open Science Cloud
    (EOSC-Life) call for projects sharing data, tools and workflows in the cloud. This call offers financial
    support for projects, to enable life science researchers to connect their research to the cloud,
    alongside training, advice and assistance from data experts, tool developers and cloud specialists.
    Proposals should align with the goals of EOSC (European Open Science Cloud) – ie. enabling data
    sharing for the purpose of furthering scientific research. The project’s overarching aim is to make life
    science research data publicly available in a FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) way
    in the EOSC.

    Proposals should fit with one or more of the following themes:

    ● Data curation, handling and integration for publishing into the cloud
    ● Tool interoperability, workflows and containerisation
    ● Cloud deployment and resources

    Deadline for proposal submission is 22 December 2020.

    Find out more about eligibility, application and review processes and budgeting by visiting


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