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Thanks to the incredible efforts of our dev team RSpace is improving at an outstanding pace. Due to the rapid development of RSpace, we are launching a new review section that will be published every six months. This section will cover the most important updates and changes in the RSpace ecosystem.
The first edition of the review concerns the second half of 2017.
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Bruce Maas, Emeritus University of Wisconsin CIO, Supports Open Research by Joining Research Space
Cambridge, Mass.–September 06, 2017
Bruce Maas, Emeritus Vice Provost for IT and CIO from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has joined the Research Space team. Rory Macneil, CEO, said, “We’re thrilled Bruce has joined us at this critical juncture, as research universities adopt an integrated approach to managing research data.”
Mass Innovation Labs Introduces RSpace to Member Companies
Electronic lab notebook provides valuable tool for conducting collaborative research
Cambridge, Mass.—March 27, 2017
Mass Innovation Labs, an accelerated chemistry and biology commercialization and research space located in Kendall Square, and Research Space, developer of an electronic lab notebook used by top universities, medical schools and life sciences companies around the world, announced today that RSpace will be made available to member companies at Mass Innovation Labs.
Latest: Repository Fringe 2016
Venue: Edinburgh, Scotland – Dates: 1st – 2nd August 2016
Title: Paving the Way to Open and Interoperable Research Data Service Workflows
Session: Making a Difference with Data
Rory Macneil, ResearchSpace Chief Executive, spoke jointly at the above session with Angus Whyte of the DCC and Stuart Lewis of the University of Edinburgh
Previous: Educause Conference 2015
Venue: Indianapolis, Indiana – Dates: 27th – 30th October
Session: Drivers and Responses toward Research Data Management Maturity: Transatlantic Perspectives
Rory Macneil, ResearchSpace Chief Executive, spoke at the above session at Educause on October 29th, 2015
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