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Working together towards a federated European Genome-phenome Archive for publishing and re-using sensitive research data

In January 2022, CSC as the Finnish ELIXIR Node, completed the first end-to-end test for the Federated EGA (Federated European Genome-phenome Archive): a major step towards sharing sensitive biomedical data via a network of European repositories.

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Towards digital identity wallets: with patience and through practical applications

Moving away from rigid digital identities towards solutions where the user can choose which attributes of their identity they want to share with whom seems to respond best to what is expected of electronic identity solutions nowadays. But how does this work, what does it mean and what’s CSC’s role in all this?

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Omikron-aallon huippu lähestyy - mitä SARS2-CoV -viruksesta tiedetään molekyylibiologian tasolla?

Koronapandemia on piinannut maailmaa jo kahden vuoden ajan. Tämän ja tulevien pandemioiden ehkäisyssä, hoidossa ja hallinnassa on syytä kerätä ja tutkia virusten molekyylibiologian tason dataa.

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Introducing CSC's content retention policy in Services for Research and Education

The volume of digital data is ever-growing, also in research. The owner of the content needs to be aware of legislative issues, understand the meaning of good data management practices and make plans for the data lifecycle. GDPR also sets requirements on data. Personal data must always be managed and deleted according to published plans and consents.

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Write an effective data management plan − Last minute tips for Academy applicants

In the past years funders have started to request a data management plan (DMP) along with the actual research plan when applying for funding. What should be now taken into account in the research plan about data management?

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What to take into consideration when compiling research material?

Research material management begins already before collecting the data itself. At the very least, it is important to know who the target users are and how they are going to use it, as well as how they will be able to access the data and with what kind of rights.

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Tackling coronavirus with scientific databases

Coronavirus can be overcome through international cooperation and sharing of data, and electronic research infrastructures can help with this. They include hardware, information networks, databases and services that together make up a network of global information exchange. Finland is a member of these infrastructures and the benefits are undeniable.

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CSC for sensitive data — because your data is worth it (and should be kept that way)

While ePouta has been successful in providing our institutional customers a safe and robust platform for their sensitive data processing, it has lately become very clear that something more is desperately needed.

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Suomen tulee olla digitalisaation suunnannäyttäjä

CSC:n tavoitteet ja tehtävät tulevalle hallitukselle pohjautuvat strategisiin linjauksiimme siitä, miten suomalaisen tutkimuksen, koulutuksen, kulttuurin ja julkishallinnon kilpailukykyä edistetään.

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Research with sensitive data requires high legal, ethical and security standards

Modern medical science has been able to improve human health tremendously during the last decades. Many diseases are much better understood than before leading to better treatments and more effective drugs.

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Cloud Predictions for 2018

Read what we predict will happen in 2018.

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