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Easily Integrate Real-Time Water Data
Water data should be usable. USGS modernized APIs provide a way to display national water data in the format that works best for different users. Learn more about how and why to use USGS modernized APIs to integrate water data in applications. The webinar today (January 31) is part of an ongoing series. Register via Eventbrite.
National Microbiome Collaborative's Community Conversation
The February topic is “Enabling shared ownership of science gateways with user-centered design” and takes place Wednesday, February 2 at 2 p.m. EST. Join four panelists in discussing how a user-centered design approach enables successful development of science gateways. Register via Zoom.
Sustainability and AI Webinar Series
Leading thinkers at the intersection of sustainability and AI delve into powerful tools that could open new paths for humanity to embrace sustainability. The series is hosted by the Boston University Hariri Institute and participants can register via Eventbrite for the Zoom webinars.
- Friday, February 4th 11am – 12pm ET, Claire Monteleoni, Associate Professor, Computer Science, University of Colorado Boulder, “Deep Unsupervised Learning for Climate Informatics”
- Monday, February 7th 11am – 12pm ET, Aisha Walcott-Bryant, Senior Technical Staff Member and Research Manager, IBM Research Africa, “AI’s Potential for Healthcare to Mobility in Africa”
- Friday, February 11th 11am – 12pm ET, Panel Event and Public Q&A, all 3 speakers
FAIR for US Workshops (Due Feb 15)
The series of four workshops (Feb 15, Feb 17, March 1 and March 3) is designed to gather broad community input for a scoping report that will outline goals for a five-year target: What are achievable aims for implementing the FAIR principles across the academic, governmental, and non-governmental (NGO) R+D ecosystem?
The SDSC and the U.S. GO FAIR Coordination Office welcome applications from domain scientists, non-governmental research organizations, and research administrators involved in data service delivery.
NumFOCUS Call for Volunteers (Due Feb 18)
The Small Development Grants Committee reviews NumFOCUS project proposals and makes funding recommendations. There are four open positions needing 5-10 hours per funding cycle help review micro-funded projects.
NSF Call for FAIR and Open Science (Due April 12)
Findable Accessible Interoperable Reusable Open Science Research Coordination Networks (FAIROS RCN) has a call out for proposals. The FAIROS RCN program seeks to create three-year Research Coordination Networks (RCNs) which will foster catalytic improvements in scientific communities focusing on FAIR.
NASA Science Data Processing (Due Feb 1)
A new NASA Request for Information (RFI) seeks input from commercial and non-commercial organizations with demonstrable expertise in processing scientific data or comparable datasets as well as implementing successful open science approaches. This is an opportunity to shape the next generation of Earth observing missions that are currently in development. Read more about the project.