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#OpenScience priority: opening science with digital tools
#OpenScience priority: opening science with digital tools

The digital revolution has completely changed how research is done. New research questions will emerge from datasets of unprecedented scale, which are already available to scientists and the general public alike. This reality will redefine the relationships between data producers and data analysts, lead to the invention of novel methods for tackling massive datasets, and contribute to the success of the information economy.

 

Context & Vision
 

5 Objectives

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> OpenScience-1: Interconnected research infrastructures

> OpenScience-2: Data organisation for sharing and reuse

> OpenScience-3: Predictive approaches in biology

 

> OpenScience-4: Novel means of knowledge dissemination

> OpenScience-5: Evolving research professions and environments in a digital world

 

 

UN Sustainable Development Goals

 

UN Goal 9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation

UN Goal 17: Revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development

 

French National Research Strategy Challenges

 

National Research Strategy challenge: health and well-being. © INRA
National Research Strategy challenge: health and well-being © INRA

Health and well-being

National Research Strategy challenge: food security and demographic challenge
National Research Strategy challenge: food security and demographic challenge

Food security and
demographic challenge

National Research Strategy challenge: information and communication society
National Research Strategy challenge: information and communication society

Information and
communication society

National Research Strategy challenge: innovative, integrative and adaptive societies
National Research Strategy challenge: innovative, integrative and adaptive societies

Innovative, integrative
and adaptive societies

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Predictive approaches in biology and ecology

 
 
Published on 01/05/2017

The digital transition, combined with systems biology, must contribute to enriching the life sciences with more quantitative and predictive approaches. Our observational and experimental capabilities, from the molecular level to that of living organisms, populations and communities, are developing at different paces. Digital technologies are playing a crucial role in the collection, organisation, processing and exploitation of data and knowledge. This context offers a natural framework for th...