Interdisciplinary information systems

The following entries list interdisciplinary registries and digital services. - the Registry of Research Data Repositories is a global registry of research data repositories that covers research data repositories from various academic disciplines. It registers repositories for the permanent storage and access of scientific data sets to researchers, funding bodies, publishers and scholarly institutions.

University Collections in Germany

The information system University Collections in Germany documents collections and scientific objects at German universities. Our goal is to provide comprehensive information on the history and current state of German university collections.

Central registry of digitized prints

Zvdd is the central access point to printed works from the 15th century up to today, digitized in Germany. It enables you to search not only for titles and authors, but any other part of the bibliographic description, like printers, printing places and publication years, as well as titles of articles, headlines of chapters and table of contents.

The Global Registry of Biorepositories (GRBio)

GRBio is the comprehensive clearinghouse of information about biological collections in natural history museums, herbaria, and other biorepositories. This online-registry is a source for information about collections as well as validated, standardized data such as addresses, contacts, and values for the Darwin Core identifiers for institutions (institutionCode) and collections (collectionCode).

ZENODO - digital repository

ZENODO offers a simple and innovative service that enables researchers, scientists, EU projects and institutions to share and showcase multidisciplinary research results (data and publications) that are not part of the existing institutional or subject-based repositories of the research communities.

DOI Service at the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB)

DOI Service at TIB is for its collection areas Germany's first port of call for registering research data and other non-textual material, "grey" literature, and articles in open access journals published by academic institutions. DOI Service is available to scientific institutions (such as research institutes, libraries, university faculties, and so on) that have their own infrastructure for storing objects.

GetInfo is the portal for science and technology

With GetInfo you can search free-of-charge in the TIB's collection, leading specialized databases, publishers' offers, as well as in the collection of the national libraries for medicine and economics. The integrated delivery or direct access to full texts, research data, audiovisual media and 3D-models enables fast access to subject and research information.

MERIL - Mapping of the European Research Infrastructure Landscape

The MERIL database is an inventory of openly accessible research infrastructures (RIs) in Europe of more-than-national relevance across all scientific domains.

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