A virtual research environment

Supporting earth science research through the sharing of resources, enabling dynamic collaboration and promoting community engagement.

A virtual research environment

Supporting earth science research through the sharing of resources, enabling dynamic collaboration and promoting community engagement.

A virtual research environment

Supporting earth science research through the sharing of resources, enabling dynamic collaboration and promoting community engagement.

A virtual research environment

Supporting earth science research through the sharing of resources, enabling dynamic collaboration and promoting community engagement.

Creating a virtual research environment

The EVER-EST project (European Virtual Environment for Research - Earth Science Themes: a solution) will create a virtual research environment (VRE) focussed on the requirements of the Earth Science community.

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Challenges, research & solutions

Within the earth sciences there are major challenges such as climate change research and ensuring the secure and sustainable availability of natural resources and understanding natural hazards.

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Tools & services

EVER-EST technologies to support collaborative Earth Science Research.

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Collaborations

Related initiatives developing e-infrastructures to support collaborative working.

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Video

Discover the EVER-EST project with this short video

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News

EVER-EST splinter meeting at EGU conference (26 April 2017)

There will be a second opportunity to see the EVER-EST tools and services and learn what they can do to support your research activities during the dedicated splinter session at the European Geoscience Union (EGU) General Assembly on Wednesday, 26 April 2017.

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Tweets

Have you checked out the reports about the use of research objects in EVER-EST now available on our website? https://t.co/Vl7MKNLj9R

RT @HelenG66: @philarcher1 highlights limitations of H2020 funding using @VRE4EIC and @everest_eu1 as examples at @CodataNews @ICSU_WDS me…

We'll be there!! https://t.co/vcrkG13NOe

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