• 11 October 2019

    State of the Art in Digitisation - Part II

    Photo: 3D Scan of a 34-million-year-old extinct species from Nebraska closely related to cats, courtesy of the Florida Museum

    Throughout the work on the latest developments and state of the art in digitisation techniques, the relevant project partners are releasing a series of deliverables focusing on specific ones and other aspects of the digitisation process. The first two of these have been summarized here.

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    13 September 2019

    Where are all the fish? And other questions that curators are asked

    Where are all the fish? And other questions that curators are asked

    by Quentin Groom

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  • 13 August 2019

    New project deliverable on Institutional policy content

    A new ICEDIG project deliverable summarizes the policy component of the ICEDIG project website. This deliverable is composed of a dashboard showing the outputs of the institutional policy analysis that was previously carried out, along with further contextual information.

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    19 June 2019

    Want to be part of great project? Apply for DiSSCo's two advisory boards!

    As you all know, ICEDIG is designing certain elements of the DiSSCo research infrastructure. Now, DiSSCo is looking to fill a scientific and a technical advisory boards DiSSCo, the new world-class Research Infrastructure for natural science collections is looking to fill two advisory boards!

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  • 18 June 2019

    State of the Art in Digitisation

    One of the main challenges for ICEDIG is to find workable methods for mass digitisation. In the respective Work Package, a series of deliverables documents the state of the art in different methodologies. The first two of these deliverables have recently be published on our website.

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