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Contributions for Speakers Corner and Tech Corner of the virtual conference may be submitted until 24 October 2021

The TIB Director in a ZBIW interview on digitisation and in a double interview with a data expert from the EOS Group

TIB also successful as a partner in the second NFDI round

Interesting facts about library life, news from research and development, more about TIB projects, activities and events

50 free tickets for BIS 2021

A look back at the year 2020 from the TIB's perspective and what the TIB has achieved is available online in "Our highlights of the year"

Renowned online platform AMiner again lists Vidal as one of the world's most cited scholars in knowledge engineering

TIB-Director again among the most influential scientists worldwide in the field of knowledge engineering

Scientists and researchers needed for regular contributions to the ORKG – Applications can be submitted until 31 May 2021

we would briefly and clearly explain the TIB's diverse range of topics?

Summary of the webinar series “Doing science in times of crisis: Science studies perspectives on COVID-19” organized by CWTS and TIB

The newly founded Energy Task Force aims to enabling an inclusive transition to a resource-efficient and competitive green economy

Submissions open until 21 February 2021 for the BIS – Business Information Systems Conference 2021

Current issue of the journal “Bibliothek: Forschung und Praxis“ with four TIB contributions

The EU Commission initiates a pan-European solution for data-related issues of the future

Research project funded: Leibniz Universität Hannover and TIB evaluate historical scientific articles on species occurrence

From scholarly communication to data treasures, digital preservation of species and personalised medicine to Open Access

How the Open Research Knowledge Graph can change scholarly communication

Digitalisation of the energy sector: Online community of the H2020 project PLATOON fosters synergies between interest groups

How Data Science using the Open Research Knowledge Graph could drive new research