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Title: Towards Interlinked FAIR Biodiversity Knowledge: The BiCIKL perspective
Authors: Penev, Lyubomir
Koureas, Dimitrios
Groom, Quentin
Agosti, Donat
Casino, Ana
Miller, Joe
Arvanitidis, Christos
Cochrane, Guy
Barov, Boris
Hobern, Donald
Banki, Olaf
Addink, Wouter
Kõljalg, Urmas
Ruch, Patrick
Copas, Kyle
Mergen, Patricia
Güntsch, Anton
Benichou, Laurence
Benito Gonzalez Lopez, Jose
Publication Date: 2021
Abstract: The Horizon 2020 project Biodiversity Community Integrated Knowledge Library (BiCIKL) (started 1st of May 2021, duration 3 years) will build a new European community of key research infrastructures, researchers, citizen scientists and other stakeholders in biodiversity and life sciences. Together, the BiCIKL 14 partners will solidify open science practices by providing access to data, tools and services at each stage of, and along the entire biodiversity research and data life cycle (specimens, sequences, taxon names, analytics, publications, biodiversity knowledge graph) (Fig. 1, see also the BiCIKL kick-off presentation through Suppl. material 1), in compliance with the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) data principles. The existing services provided by the participating infrastructures will expand through development and adoption of shared, common or interoperable domain standards, resulting in liberated and enhanced flows of data and knowledge across these domains.
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