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1 The Integral Chain Approach Wouter Spek Brussels, 15 September 2009

2 Recording Research | Agenda o Once recorded | questions to be adressed o How is it used? o By whom? o For what purposes? o How is it protected? o How is it curated/preserved? o The researcher perspective !

3 Recording Research | Agenda  The Alliance  The system  | Positioning of data  The researcher profile  Take home message

4 The Integral Chain Approach The Alliance

5 Today vulcanologists still use the writing of Plinius Minor to discuss this eruption of the Vesuvius Plinius Major – Plinius Minor

6 We need to take action!

7 Threats | Opportunities Mind the Gap – Digital Preservation Coalition, 2006 Courtesy Professor Peter van der Spek – Erasmus Medical Centre

8 Objectives o To support the development of a sustainable European digital information infrastructure o To partner with national governments and European Commission o To collaborate with European Science Consortia o To initiate and facilitate strategic alliances between key stakeholders o To strengthen the role of European parties in worldwide collaboration

9 Justification o Science has changed in part because informatics has changed. o Research is generating rapidly increasing volumes of data… o … a diverse range of formats like images, data, publication… o New knowledge and know-how depend more and more on the ability to re-use and share data

10 Alliance members

11 Activities o Promote strategic agenda for European e-science infrastructure o Creating a stakeholders forum for interaction o Facilitate linkage between different scientific communities o Cross linking of networks o PARSE.insight

12 PARSE.insight o Insight into issues of Permanent Access to the Records of Science in Europe o Objective:  Develop a roadmap and recommendations for building the e-Science infrastructure in order to maintain long-term access and use of scientific digital information in Europe

13 The debateStorage Access Permanent DataStorage Access Open PublicationsDriver Unmet needs DriverEconomic

14 The Integral Chain Approach Built, Bundle & Benefit

15 Grand challenges BuiltBundleBenefit

16 Clear message needed

17  Do not isolate the data!  Systems approach | ‘Think global, act local’  Research output  Valuation of data | Money = data  Investment | Return on Investment (r.o.i.)  Researcher | track record & reputation  Management & Organisation  TRMs  Unmet needs  USPs Achilles heel | Some remarks

18 Systems Approach

19 Value Chain

20 Systems Approach

21 Source € Organisation Researcher Public Private Output Systems Approach

22 System Approach | Finance EraNet 7th Framework Programme COST Eureka Marie Curie Fellowships BBSRC European Investment Bank Risk Sharing Finance Facility European Investment Fund European Cohesion Funds European Structural Fund European Regional Development Fund Competitive Innovation Program Life+ EMBO Young Investigator Program Gate2Growth EuroBioFund DFG EFSA Innovative Medicine Initiative SPINOZA Award EuroCores Article 169 ESFRI VW-Stiftung The Welcome Trust Global Health Program NATO Science Program Canon Foundation Research Fellowships FEBS Scholarship ESA Research Grant

23 Systems approach |Finance Stakeholder SponsorsIndustrySociety Science Government Scientists Organisa- tions Learned Societies Large Corpora -tions SMEs Federa- tions National Global Consumers Patient Organisa- tions Regulators EU National Global VC Public Private Charity Trust Bank Research Council Technology Agency Regional Development Age ncy

24 Source € Organisation Researcher Public Private Output Data Publications IP People Systems Approach

25 Source € Researcher Public Private Output Data Publications IP People Reputation Track record Organisation R.O.I. Added value ‘Market Pull’ Systems Approach

26 Source € Organisation Researcher Public Private Output Data Publications IP People Reputation Track record R.O.I. Added value ‘Market Pull’ € ? Systems Approach

27  Data release policies  The Wellcome Trust | Fort Lauderdale 2003  OECD Principles and Guidelines for Access to research Data from Public funding 2007  Development of guidelines | regulatory framework  RCUK | Good conduct in science  DFG | The Alliance of German Science organisations | June 22, 2008 | National Priority Initiative “Digital Information So how about

28  Finance  Institutional | project based  Business model  The ownership issue  The IP-paradigm | the organisation vs the individual researcher  The Valuation  Research data  Researcher So how about

29 Scientist Profile – Scientific Excellence – Skills in: Entrepeneurship Finance Outreach Education Data management

30 Scientist Stakeholders – Scientific peers – Government – Research Council (s) – Industry – Finance private VC Charities & Foundations – General public

31 The European Approach Closure

32 Recording research | Keeping the records of science accessible  Leadership  Science breakthrough /Market opportunity  Involvement of all relevant stakeholders  Sense of urgency / Unmet need  Support from the top  Finance

33 Recording research | Take home message  Systems approach | Integral Chain approach  Valuation of data  Performance criteria | scientific excellence  Communication strategy needed  Create a regulatory framework  Beste practices | Inventory PPPs | data exchange, usage and storage

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