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Global Open Science Cloud Initiated for Dialogue and Alignment between Open Science Platforms

Computer Network Information Center (CNIC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and Committee on Data for International Science Council co-hosted hybrid events to launch the Global Open Science Cloud (GOSC) on June 28, 2021. With initial funding from the CAS, the project will be coordinated by CNIC and CODATA as an important early project of CODATA Decadal Programme: Making Data Work for Cross-Domain Grand Challenges. The project will promote discussions towards agreements and preliminary demonstrations on technical and policy alignment between established and emerging open science platforms.

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  • China Launches Home-grown Aeronautic Remote-sensing System

    China's new aeronautic system for conducting detailed observations and monitoring of Earth's surface passed its final acceptance stage on Thursday and is now formally in operation. The Chinese Aeronautic Remote Sensing System (CARSS), which consists of two medium-sized manned aircraft together with a range of remote-sensing technologies, was developed by the Aerospace Information Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. 

  • Space Tech to Monitor World Heritage Sites Focus of UN Event

    A side event of the 44th Session of UNESCO World Heritage Committee was held on Monday focusing on the adoption of space technology on the monitoring and conservation of World Heritage Sites. The theme of the side event was Space Technologies Towards Sustainable Development of World Heritage.

  • Undersea Lab Installed, Answers Flow

    Scientists successfully installed an undersea laboratory on a recent mission designed to make it easier to carry out deep ocean scientific research. Research vessel Kexue - "Science" in English - returned to its home port of Qingdao in Shandong province at the end of last month after conducting successful sea trials for the domestically produced machinery used in the lab's construction, according to the Institute of Oceanology, which owns the vessel.

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