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Blossoming cherry trees as high-quality video

The Okinawa island is considered to be one of the most attractive sites in Japan. In February 2021, the beautiful landscapes of Okinawa will be the shooting location for one of the world’s most ambitious video streaming experiments.

Opening the door to Europe’s digital language library

The CLARIN research infrastructure (or simply “CLARIN”) was set up in 2012. Its objective is to make digital language resources from Europe accessible to humanities and social science researchers through a single sign-on.

Telehealth in COVID19 times: providing free health services to the community in Ecuador

The CEDIA team stepped up to quickly develop a web platform and partner with health professionals to provide Ecuador's citizens with medical advice during lockdown.

Supporting the unique needs of the education community in Oman

The Mirsal file sender service meets the higher education and research communities’ requirements for sharing learning materials and large data sets.

An automated security alerts management system for the community

Let's talk about Yari, a system that senses and identifies possible cyber security problems in an institution's networks and allows us to proactively alert them, avoiding future breaches or attacks.

Advancing online learning technologies in Zambia

When universities in Zambia closed down due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, the Zambia Research and Education Network stepped in with its high capacity network to assist 22 of its member institutions deploy Moodle.

Open Science made in Africa

Libraries and national research and education networks in West and Central Africa join forces to make scientific data more accessible.

Using satellite imagery to solve real world problems

Digital Earth Australia, a ground-breaking open source platform, transforms spatial data and satellite imagery into easily accessible tools for planning and decision making, and relies on AARNet for moving data around the research community.

Smooth connectivity for Nordic academics

The new eduVPN app allows academics and staff at Nordic universities to enjoy their fast university network connection when working at home.

Ensuring students and faculty have access to online resources

The Kenya Education Network has collaborated with the country’s mobile service providers to provide data bundles at discounted prices to KENET institutions’ students and faculty members.

What does Mars sound like? Turning the red planet’s data into music

Ever wondered what the planets sound like? The Mars Soundscapes project uses sonification to transform data from the Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft, and images from rovers, Curiosity and Opportunity.

Nordic boom in distance learning

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, the number of distance learning users in the Nordic countries has risen dramatically.