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NORA Newsletter August 2022 – New Institutions and Webinars

We are back at work in the NORA team and are thrilled to share that we’ll soon be adding publication data from additional Danish Institutions to the Database with Data from Local Systems. Read more about this and our September Webinar; “Intro to NORA & Research Portal Denmark” in the August newsletter

NORA Newsletter May 2022 – Improved prototypes ready for test

Research Portal Denmark thanks for all the feedback. We have implemented many improvements, and now welcome testing of a new and improved generation of prototypes. The homepage has likewise been improved with an updated layout and better entry points to the four prototype databases. Discover and explore Danish research in Research Portal Denmark and read much more in the newsletter

The results of the Open Access Indicator released

Open Access to scientific articles from Danish universities continue to increase. See the latest results, released 7th April 2022 

NORA Newsletter March 2022 – The first prototypes ready for test

Research Portal Denmark opens for testing of the portal’s first prototypes with Danish research publications since 2011. Take a look at the prototypes and read more in the newsletter 

NORA Newsletter November 2021  

Data is pouring in to create a new overview of Danish research – First services available at New Year’s. Read much more in the newsletter

NORA job openings (Positions have been filled)

We are busy in the NORA team, and therefor looking for two new colleagues. Would you like to part of the development and operation of Danish Research Portal in the beautiful surroundings of DTU Risø, then you might be the new addition to the team we are looking for. Deadline is 29 August 2021, with more information on the two positions in the full job descriptions:

The Working Group for National Database and Search Portal is established

The Working Group for National Database and Search Portal is now established, with a kick-off meeting 22 June 2021. The working group is initiated for the purpose of securing the best possible representation and expert knowledge regarding the development of a Research Database, based on data from the Danish research institutions’ local research databases (CRIS, RIMS). For more information on the Working Group read here