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Opening the door to Europe’s digital language library

The CLARIN research infrastructure (or simply “CLARIN”) was set up in 2012. Its objective is to make digital language resources from Europe accessible to humanities and social science researchers through a single sign-on.

Telehealth in COVID19 times: providing free health services to the community in Ecuador

The CEDIA team stepped up to quickly develop a web platform and partner with health professionals to provide Ecuador's citizens with medical advice during lockdown.

South Africa’s vocational education goes Industry 4.0

The TVET project provides invaluable support to learners, delivering the Internet access and knowledge resources they need to study and graduate.

Preserving the Radziwills heritage in Belarus

Support from the Belarusian research and education network BASNET has enabled the digitisation of the Radziwills book collection.

Supporting the unique needs of the education community in Oman

The Mirsal file sender service meets the higher education and research communities’ requirements for sharing learning materials and large data sets.

Ice sheets may add 40 centimetres to sea levels

According to large cross-disciplinary project, the ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica could together contribute about 40 centimetres of global sea level rise by year 2100.

An automated security alerts management system for the community

Let's talk about Yari, a system that senses and identifies possible cyber security problems in an institution's networks and allows us to proactively alert them, avoiding future breaches or attacks.

Australian researchers collaborate to model effects of climate change on biodiversity

The Biodiversity Climate Change Virtual Lab (BCCVL) is one of the most accessed services via the Australian Access Federation (AAF), the national provider for federated single sign-on.

Greenland joins the global eduroam service

Both domestic researchers and the numerous visiting scientists will benefit from the availability of the global secure mobility service eduroam at The Greenland Institute of Natural Resources.

Contributing to education at home in Ecuador

During the pandemic health emergency it has been possible to train more than 20 thousand people at home in various fields of knowledge.

Understanding our planet through aurora

Scientists at the University of Calgary in Canada are spearheading aurora studies, that will help us model and predict space weather and understand the Earth’s magnetosphere.

Supporting remote teaching of performing arts

How do artists play music together in times of a crisis like COVID-19? How do they teach, run courses, collaborate, rehearse, and perform during lockdowns all over the world? Enter: the Network Performing Arts Production Workshops.