The ColdSpark® project is excited to announce the official establishment of its Zenodo account, which is an important step in the project in prioritising the early dissemination of knowledge, fostering collaboration, and enhancing accessibility within the scientific community that revolves around the achievements of the consortium partners.
Zenodo, a widely recognised open-access repository developed by CERN, is frequently utilised by Horizon EU projects as the primary platform for hosting various project-related assets, including datasets, reports, and publications. Choosing Zenodo aligns with ColdSpark®’s commitment to promoting transparency, sharing insights, and showcasing technical advancements achieved throughout the continuous project development, while fully respecting the intellectual property rights of all partner organisations.
The ColdSpark® Zenodo account provides standardised access to publications and bibliographic metadata, adhering to the Open Research Data requirements. This approach ensures thorough collection and management of the project’s data, with immediate open access granted to deposited publications. The ColdSpark® project adheres to the principle of making all results “as open as possible, as close as necessary.”
The launch of our Zenodo account not only streamlines accessibility to research outputs but also stimulates collaborative engagement among researchers in the field, fostering collaboration with similar projects. Researchers, academics, end-users, and anyone interested in the project and the sustainable developments in Hydrogen production it suggests can now explore the repository and check the data already uploaded.