The European Commission presented LifeWatch as a showcase of the succesfully use of the Structural Funds to sustain the creation of a paneuropean ICT research infrastructure project.The Directorate-Connect organized a worksop in Brussels on May 12.

A jellyfish.

A LifeWatch marine workshop held in Greece was attended by 30 participants, representing 7 countries. They presented their latest relevant developments, discuss next steps and explored further collaborations, where integration is the priority....


Environmental researchers and TIC experts from 12 countries met in Granada (Spain) to boost LifeWatch's legal constitution and to establish the framework for the new few months. 

The European technological infrastructure will connect biodiversity data, observatories and researchers from all over the continent.

The attendances to the Service Center inauguration.

The Service Centre (Italy) will deal, in tight coordination with ICT-Core and Statutory Seat (Spain),  with the provision of services to the user community like guarantee accessibility or solving doubts about how to use tools....

The Italian representative Alberto Basset summarizes the previous meeting in Lecce.

European Union is a world leader on biodiversity and ecosystem research and LifeWatch's will secure that this role will be mantained. This is one message of the project meeting held in the italian city of Lecce...

Juan Miguel González Aranda informs EU commissioners about conclussions.

The 2nd Construction Operational Meeting concluded with a clear framework up to LifeWatch's legal constitution as a research infrastructure for Europe (ESFRI), a hard work that must be developed in only a few months...

Juan Miguel González Aranda, deputy directorate-general of International Relations and European Affairs on the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.

Building a fully function distributed and federated e-Infrastructure implies to create research tools and enable access to the different existent databases that should be interoperable... 

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