EOSC and Horizon 2020 funded projects
NEANIAS is a a European H2020 project that will promote Open Science practices and play active role in the materialization of the EOSC ecosystem by efficiently engaging large scientific and professional communities; actively contributing to the technological, procedural, strategic and business development of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). The project will drive the co-design and delivery of innovative thematic services, derived from state-of-the-art research assets and practices in three major sectors: Underwater research, Atmospheric research and Space research, each engaging multitudinous academic and business groups, numerous researchers, professionals and governmental entities.
Blue-Cloud is a European H2020 project with the overarching aim of federating and piloting innovative services for Marine Research & the Blue Economy. Blue-Cloud is working towards the establishment of a marine-thematic European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) serving the Blue Economy, Marine Environment and Marine Knowledge agendas.
REINFORCE (Research Infrastructures FOR citizens in Europe) is a Research & Innovation Project, supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 SWAFS “Science with and for Society” work programme.
The project will create a series of cutting-edge citizen science projects on frontier Physics research, with citizen scientists making a genuine and valued contribution to managing the data avalanche.
Citizen science organizations
EU-Citizen.Science is an online platform for sharing knowledge, tools, training and resources for citizen science – by the community, for the community. The EU-Citizen.Science project has been funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 programme, in the Science with and for Society programme of work (also known as SwafS).
Observatorio de la Ciencia Ciudadana en España
The main objective of the Observatory is to compile the citizen science projects carried out in Spain, to disseminate them and create a network of collaboration and participation among the different agents involved: professional scientists, citizen scientists, managers, facilitators, politicians, disseminators and communicators of science.
The Observatory of Citizen Science in Spain is an Ibercivis Foundation project in collaboration with the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) – Ministry of Science and Innovation.