It’s not just hard sciences that get to have all the eResearch fun. The digital humanities and the wider GLAM sector is well represented at eResearch NZ 2013.
Nick Jones's blog
Open access and open science/research are highly topical conversations, with increasing computational intensity of research leading to calls for open access to source code and data, in order to reproduce research outputs. Both of these topics will be touched upon at eResearch NZ 2013:
Are you interested in the state of New Zealand’s eResearch platforms supporting innovation, or the management of eresearch in New Zealand? eResearch NZ 2013 has lots to offer people who are looking at eresearch in a broader context.
It's with a mind to supporting the careful work being done by our Ministry of Science & Innovation's eResearch programme, and their pointman Julian Carver, that I highlight the excellent next steps Julian is taking in the Framework for eResearch Adoption project.