AI Makes Data an Asset

The Coleridge Initiative work to leverage artificial intelligence to demonstrate the value of federal data as a strategic asset was featured in SPARC news yesterday. CHORUS partnered with the Coleridge Initiative to provide a content set for their recent Kaggle data science competition to develop algorithms to automate the search and discovery of references to […]

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CHORUS Remembers Joe Serene

Joseph Serene, Professor Emeritus of Physics at Georgetown University, former Treasurer/Publisher of the American Physical Society, and a founding member of CHORUS, passed away on May 1, 2021. Joe’s broad experience with scientific authors, scholarly publishers, funding agencies, and government were an essential element in launching CHORUS’ initial programs. His CHORUS colleagues remember Joe and […]

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CHORUS Forum Recap: Making the Future of Open Research Work, Session 1

The third CHORUS Forum convened over 180 publishers, researchers, librarians, and research funders last week on 23 April 2021 around the topic “Making the Future of Open Research Work.” The first session, moderated by David Crotty from Clarke & Esposito, looked at new models for sustainable and robust open access publishing. Session participants Scott Delman […]

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Accelerating Public Access to Research Data – New Guide Available from AAU and APLU

The Association of American Universities (AAU) and the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) have released a Guide to Accelerate Public Access to Research Data. The APARD Guide is envisioned as a resource for administrators to accelerate progress and articulate how research outputs are aligned with the research institution’s mission. It will outline the major steps […]

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CHORUS and DataCite sign MOU to advance linking and discoverability

CHORUS and DataCite have signed a two-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to coordinate efforts to adopt identifiers and standards to manage access to and reporting of research outputs. Authoritative connections between researchers and their works, funding sources, and affiliations, are essential for delivering public access to scholarly content. As not-for-profit organizations engaged in supporting discoverability […]

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STM/CHORUS/COS Webinar – Towards a US Research Data Framework Recording Available

Over 140 researchers, publishers, funders, and university leaders attended the virtual webinar “Towards a US Research Data Framework” on September 17th. Robert J. Hanisch shared NIST’s Research Data Framework, and Joris van Rossum, Research Data Director at STM led a panel discussion with Shelley Stall (AGU), Terry Law (Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory), and Jonathan Petters […]

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