In a new initiative to engage the scientific community, LifeWatch ERIC has launched an online survey to better understand their needs and to elicit their views on the important topics that will shape biodiversity and ecosystem research in the next 10 years.
Consisting of only six questions, the consultation seeks to gather researchers' insights into the key topics, challenges and solutions that will need to be addressed in the decade 2021-2030. The results of the questionnaire will guide the infrastructure in further developing the services and tools deemed most essential to the scientific community.
LifeWatch ERIC already provides e-Science research facilities in pursuit of its mission of increasing knowledge and deepening understanding of biodiversity organisation and ecosystem functions and services in order to support civil society in addressing key planetary challenges.
Have your say in this consultation by following this link. It only takes five minutes, none of the questions are mandatory and you can save the questionnaire and come back to it later. At the end of the questions, you will be taken to a collaborative space where you will be able to drop us your ideas after you completed the survey.