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38 participants discussed practical experience and challenges regarding the VIVO research information system at TIB

A winner of the “Collaborative Excellence” Leibniz Competition: TIB, L3S and IWM undertake collaborative research into learning processes on the web

The TIB supports DBpedia and the DBpedia community with its membership

Competence Center for non-textual materials (KNM) receives Best Poster Award at International Conference on Grey Literature

Contribution "DBpedia: A Nucleus for a Web of Open Data" awarded

Why we should consider the Blockchain technology when thinking about Open Scholarship, explains Lambert Heller in two minutes in the TIB-Blog

The DELFT project: TIB digitises almost 2,000 films of historical value from the area of ethnology and makes them available in its AV-Portal

Applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) methods in libraries

Researchers would like more advisory services on Open Access, research data and the handling of non-textual material

The Joint Lab Data Science & Open Knowledge explores new ways to access information in large databases

Good acceptance among researchers working in Germany

German Research Foundation (DFG) grants € 500,000 in funding for joint project between Paderborn University and TIB

Professor Dr. Sören Auer contributes to international conference on Linked Data and Semantic Web

Paper by TIB researchers accepted for publication at the 18th IEEE International Conference on Multimedia & Expo (ICME 2017)

Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB) – German National Library of Science and Technology hosts practical workshop in Hannover on 28 September 2017

Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB) and Leibniz Universität cooperate in the publication of videos

Part 4 of the series of articles in the TIB Blog about the potential of blockchains in education and research

He took up a professorship in “Data Science and Digital Libraries” at Leibniz Universität Hannover at the same time

TIB employee acts again as mentor in Wikimedia Deutschland’s Fellows Program

Part 1 of our blog series on ORCID - the Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier for author identification