EOSC Steering Board representatives
The ministry of Education and Research has appointed the coordination of the national participation and activities for the EOSC to the Norwegian Research Council. Norway has the National strategy on access to and sharing of research data in place. In the National Goals and Guidelines for Open Access to Research Articles (August 2017), the government’s goal is that all publicly funded Norwegian research articles should be made openly available by 2024, and the government has established guidelines and measures for open access to research articles.
All Norwegian universities and most research performing university colleges have Open Access policies in place. In general, policies are focused on self-archiving and depositing publications in institutional repositories.
Contact the Research Council of Norway: firstname.lastname@example.org
National Structure for EOSC in Norway
In Norway, the national structure for EOSC is in planning. More information will be provided on the website of the Research Council of Norway in near future. The national structure will be aimed to mobilise Norwegian institutions with (national) research infrastructures to become member of EOSC AISBL and contribute to the implementation of EOSC. As per its main three priorities, the national structure will
- Engage stakeholders at national level into EOSC
- Disseminate and promote EOSC at national level
- Coordinate EOSC activities at national level
Tripartite Event | Nordic & Baltic Countries
The tripartite national actors in the Nordic and Baltic countries organise their first EOSC tripartite event in Tallinn on Tuesday, 4 October 2022, with the support of the EOSC-Nordic project. Representatives from the European Commission, EOSC Association, Nordic and Baltic...
National Stakeholder Meeting on Life Science Data Management in Norway
On behalf of BioMedData and ELIXIR Norway, we would are delighted to extend to you an invitation to the National... Read more
Tripartite Event | Nordic & Baltic Countries
The tripartite national actors in the Nordic and Baltic countries organise their first EOSC tripartite event in Tallinn on Tuesday, 4 October 2022, with the support of the EOSC-Nordic project. Representatives from the...
EOSC in the Nordics Workshop: from policy to practice at the NeIC 2022 conference
The workshop will bring together European and regional level policy makers, representatives from the Nordic countries active in the EOSC governance (EOSC Steering Board and EOSC Association) and in the...
The Ministry of Education and Research and the Research Council of Norway (RCN) have a key role in the definition of the policies for Open Access and Open Science. In 2019, the Research Council of Norway published an overall policy for open science. It has three main objectives:
- To contribute to a well-functioning science system
- To contribute to sustainable societal development
- To strengthen the public trust in science
Jan Meijer – Sikt
NTE Nordic & Baltic4 October 2022, Tallinn
News from Norway
EOSC-A welcomes new Members and Observers
Four new Members and four new Observers were unanimously voted into EOSC-A at GA#6, bringing the total number of EOSC-A organisations to 251.
EOSC Association welcomes 8 new Members and 4 Observers
From brain science to environmental research, and from lasers to particles to antiprotons, the EOSC Association is proud to introduce you to its newest Members and Observers.
Members and Observers from Norway
The Research Council of Norway
The Research Council works to promote renewal and innovation in the public sector, for the industry and the research organisations....
Norwegian University of Science and Technology…
NTNU is a university with an international focus, with headquarters in Trondheim and campuses in Ålesund and Gjøvik. NTNU has...
NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS
NORCE is an independent research institute covering areas within Climate, Energy, Environment, Technology, Society and Health, organized into four interdisciplinary...
Please find here the EOSC-related projects where members from this country are involved as partners.
The BeYond-COVID project aims to make COVID-19 data accessible to scientists in laboratories but also to anyone who can use it, such......
EOSC4Cancer will make diverse types of cancer data accessible: genomics, imaging, medical, clinical, environmental and socio-economic. It will use and enhance......
Leveraging the European compute infrastructures for data-intensive research guided by FAIR principles
EuroScienceGateway will leverage a distributed computing network across 13 European countries, accessible via 6 national, user-friendly web portals, facilitating access to......