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 research paper accepted for IEEE 13th eScience conference in Auckland, New Zealand

EVER-EST partners José Manuel Gómez-Pérez, Andres García and Raúl Palma, from Expert System’s research lab in Madrid and the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center in Poland respectively, have recently had a full research paper accepted by the IEEE 13th eScience 2017 conference, taking place in Auckland New Zealand, on 24-27 October 2017.

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Not long now! https://t.co/zkaiGcT82m

RT @NASA_WorldWind: Want to observe Earth and turn that 'science' into intelligence?! Join us! https://t.co/aCYeRR1tDH

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

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