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South Africa: lean design for digital libraries

Education Knowledge Exchange TENET (South Africa)

A minimalistic approach to repository architecture provides a solution for universities that reduces costly dependencies, particularly network and storage.

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(AC)³ project brings together data sources to better understand the arctic 

Other DFN (Germany)

The project brings together climate scientists, oceanographers, atmospheric scientists, information technology specialists, and others to understand the main factors driving climate changes.  

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New baseline for Brazil’s biodiversity

Biodiversity RNP (Brazil)

The Brazilian Biodiversity Information System has lifted the nation’s monitoring of fauna and flora to a new level.

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Welcome to the world of research & education networks

National and regional research & education networks, traverse our planet, providing ultra high-speed connectivity and tailor-made services that underpin scientific discovery, foster global collaborations and unlock access to education. This blog features fascinating stories from around the world about people and projects empowered by these networks to make a difference.

Why research & education networks?

Researching music’s role in human evolution, from the Congo to the cloud

Why is music so prevalent in all human societies? A group of international and interdisciplinary researchers has now concluded: music is vital for forming coalitions.

How social media was infected by Covid

Along with Covid-19 came a wave of skepticism towards authorities and science. Danish researchers use supercomputing to analyze social media posts.

A superconductive platform for quantum computing

A Japanese research consortium involving NICT and partners has developed a 64-qubit quantum computer based on superconductivity.

The Philippines rolls out academic roaming

eduroam is now available at university campuses in The Phillipines, allowing students, researchers, and staff of the participating institutions to connect to the internet at their own campus and when they visit other partner universities and institutions worldwide.

Extremely thin materials improve green energy

Better materials for green energy transition are ahead, as Danish researchers access supercomputing to assist them in their work.

Boosting connectivity to support international partnerships for Moroccan scientists

This development facilitates increased traffic to various global research and education networks and is part of the EU-funded AfricaConnect3 initiative.