From Mike Conlon, VIVO Project Director
VIVO Conference Aug 2-4, Weill Cornell Medicine, NYC Plenty of time to register and plan to attend. Fabulous keynotes, invited speakers, contributed talks, posters, sponsors, NYC, and your VIVO colleagues! Questions, answers, discovery, enlightenment. What could be better than that? See you in New York! http://vivoconference.org
Second VIVO Workshop September 28, German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) in Hannover, Germany Amongst other, there will be reports on existing or planned VIVO projects. We would be delighted to hear from your experiences, or your own developments, too. Please send me an email with your suggestion, if you would like to hold a talk at our workshop. More information and registration: https://events.
VIVO is more than profiles We often talk of VIVO as a profile system – a system for showcasing the work of scholars. But it is much more than that. VIVO create a connected graph of scholarship – one that can be used to discovery connections between all the elements of scholarship – people, grants, works, datasets, resources, and much more. This month’s column explores the idea of VIVO as a connected graph of scholarship, and the opportunities that affords us.
Research Graph and VIVO Speaking of connected graphs of scholarship, there is Research Graph, an effort of the Australian National Data Service in partnership with the Research Data Alliance. Research Graph has been mapped to VIVO and Research Graph data hosted in a VIVO. You can read more here. Duraspace and Research Graph are exploring possible services related to the mapping of Research Graph and VIVO.