Biodiversity Community Integrated Knowledge Library

Open science practices can be used to create a new European community of important research infrastructures in the field of biodiversity. This is the aim of the EU-funded BiCIKL project. It will provide access to data in connection with new tools and services at each distinct level and along the entire research chain. The project will deliver new methods and workflows to combine access to harvesting, liberating, linking, accessing and reusing sub-article-level data derived from literature. BiCIKL will issue, for the first time, access and tools for continuous linking and usage tracking of data along the sequence from specimen, sequences, species, analytics, publications and biodiversity knowledge graph to reuse