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    News 2023-06-02

    Successfully Assessing the Impact of Research Infrastructures

    This workshop brought LS-RI members together to both create and discuss impact!

    On 30-31 March, EATRIS hosted a workshop on Impact Assessment of Research Infrastructures at EATRIS Hub headquarters in Amsterdam, as part of EOSC-Life.

    Co-organised with the EFIS Centre, this event on the topic of impact assessment gave Life Science Research Infrastructure (RI) community members a unique chance to exchange experiences and learn from one another.

    Read the workshop report

    EATRIS sincerely thanks the speakers (Corinne Martin, ELIXIR, and Kim Gurwitz, EMBL-EBI) and trainers (Elina Griniece and Matias Barberis, EFIS Centre) for their highly valuable contributions, as well as the participants from Euro-Bioimaging, INSTRUCT, ECRIN, EATRIS, Health-RI, Berlin Institute of Health, ELIXIR UK, and ELIXIR NO for their active engagement and interest in the topic!



    What happens next?

    EATRIS plans to set up a community of practice around RI impact, ensuring that RIs (and ERICs in particular) can continue to exchange, learn, and expand on the topic of Impact Assessment.

    The first exchange is planned for Friday, 9 June 2023.

    For more information, please contact Anne-Charlotte Fauvel (Head of European Affairs at EATRIS, in photo above).

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