Japan Open Science in Collaboration with the World

The rapid development of data-driven, open science has made building data infrastructure a crucial issue worldwide. Europe and Japan are collaborating to develop interoperable research data infrastructures.
The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), supported by the European Commission, aims to host and process research data to advance science in Europe, enabling FAIR management of data. EUDAT Collaborative Data Infrastructure (EUDAT CDI) supports EOSC's vision by building a network of integrated resources and data services in Europe.
International collaboration, such as with Japan's NII Research Data Cloud (RDC), plays a significant role in infrastructure development. These infrastructures provide researchers with a secure environment for conducting research projects and maximizing the value of results, ultimately enabling open science and digital transformation in the future.