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OECD GSF Vienna April 2010 Scientific Collections International (Sci. Coll) An international coordinating mechanism OECD GSF Vienna April 2010 Scientific Collections International (Sci. Coll) An international coordinating mechanism Richard Lane, Chair Natural History Museum, London

Herbarium, NHM London Marine Zoology, NHM London Millenium seed bank Kew Photo National Ice Herbarium, NHM London Marine Zoology, NHM London Millenium seed bank Kew Photo National Ice Core Labratory, USGS Photo J. Hicks, U. S. Geological Survey

Scientific Collections – key points • Selected & Structured samples of the world around Scientific Collections – key points • Selected & Structured samples of the world around us • Vouchers / samples : • repeatable, verifiable • can be re-examined with new tools (cf observations) • Source of new knowledge and ideas • Can be arrayed, distributed infrastructure

Sci. Coll: International Coordinating Mechanism Two main benefits • Ensure collections are efficient and Sci. Coll: International Coordinating Mechanism Two main benefits • Ensure collections are efficient and integrated infrastructures

Sci. Coll: International Coordinating Mechanism Two main benefits • Ensure collections are efficient and Sci. Coll: International Coordinating Mechanism Two main benefits • Ensure collections are efficient and integrated infrastructures • Enable more science to be done, especially interdisciplinary research

Sci. Coll: International Coordinating Mechanism Two main benefits • Ensure collections are efficient and Sci. Coll: International Coordinating Mechanism Two main benefits • Ensure collections are efficient and integrated infrastructures • Enable more science to be done, especially interdisciplinary research This will lead to the sustainabilty and development of collections

Scientific Collections International Sci. Coll - update • Outreach to scientific disciplines and countries Scientific Collections International Sci. Coll - update • Outreach to scientific disciplines and countries • Developing Governance and sustainability

Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure • 8 -9 Feb 2010 Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure • 8 -9 Feb 2010 at Royal Belgian Institute for the Natural Sciences, Brussels. • 85 researchers and institutional reps from 36 countries • Funded: European Science Foundation, US National Science Foundation, Belgian Science policy Office • Earth sciences, archaeology, biomedical sciences, biodiversity sciences, anthropology

Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure Research using collections: • Climate, Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure Research using collections: • Climate, environment and ecosystem change from palaeo proxy collections • Changing human disease patterns • Climate and human induced extinctions • Use of natural history collections for climate change research

Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure Managing collections: • Global Biological Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure Managing collections: • Global Biological Resource Centre network – laboratory-based living organisms • Korean National Research Resource centre • European network of natural science collections (Synthesys)

Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure Outcomes: • Strong support for Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure Outcomes: • Strong support for Sci. Coll concept • Sci. Coll aligns with other infrastructure initiatives (eg. Mapping European Research Infrastructure Landscape) and data coordination (GEO, GBIF)

Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure Outcomes: • Strong support for Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure Outcomes: • Strong support for Sci. Coll concept • Sci. Coll aligns with other infrastructure initiatives and data coordination • Added value of Sci. Coll is connecting different research fields and thereby increasing access – Use ontologies of target topics – “Yellow pages” as finding tool

Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure Outcomes: • Strong support for Workshop: International Coordination of an interdisciplinary global research Infrastructure Outcomes: • Strong support for Sci. Coll concept • Sci. Coll aligns with other infrastructure initiatives and data coordination • Added value of Sci. Coll is connecting different research fields and thereby increasing access • Two or three pilot topics not just one – eg. environmental change and emerging disease

Developing Governance and sustainability • Revised terms of reference based on comments at last Developing Governance and sustainability • Revised terms of reference based on comments at last GSF meeting and Brussels workshop • Financial contributions - revised

Cate GERD (latest gory available figs) Countries (examples) USA, Japan, Germany, China Expected contribution Cate GERD (latest gory available figs) Countries (examples) USA, Japan, Germany, China Expected contribution (€ p. a. ) 1 > $50 billion 2 $18 -50 billion Canada, France, Italy, Korea, Russia, UK 40 k€ 3 $7. 5 -18 billion Australia, Austria, Israel, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland 20 k€ 4 < $7. 5 billion 10 k€ Belgium, Finland, Singapore, South Africa, Portugal, Norway, Poland 90 k€

Category Operational budget, including staff [US$] Staff number on collections [additional indicator] Institutions (examples) Category Operational budget, including staff [US$] Staff number on collections [additional indicator] Institutions (examples) Expected Contribution € (p. a. ) Large -1 >$5 million >150 NHM, SI, MNHN, IODP 16 k Medium - 2 $1 million $5 million 50 -150 Mf. N Berlin, Naturalis, NICL 8 k Mediumsmall - 3 $200 k - $1 million 10 -50 INBIO, NMK, University of New Mexico 4 k Small - 4 <$200 k <10 Linnean Society London, 2 k For consortia, the annual financial contribution will be determined in agreement with the Executive Board

Developing Governance and sustainability • Revised terms of reference based on comments at last Developing Governance and sustainability • Revised terms of reference based on comments at last GSF meeting and Brussels workshop • Financial contributions – revised • Secretariat and activities budget remains as before

Workplan Deliverables: 1. A community network of scientific collections 2. Improved quality of collections Workplan Deliverables: 1. A community network of scientific collections 2. Improved quality of collections care • Improving collections management • Increased digital access to collections 3. Increased access and usability of collections 4. Catalysed new interdisciplinary research • Two or three pilot topics

Timeline and Milestones Phase 1 - exploration Feb 2006 -Oct 2008 Phase 2 – Timeline and Milestones Phase 1 - exploration Feb 2006 -Oct 2008 Phase 2 – organisational planning and community consultation Phase 3 - Membership development Oct 2008 – April 2010 April – November 2010 • May 2010: invitation to submit letters of intent to join Sci. Coll • August/ Sept 2010: when sufficient commitment establish Interim Executive Board • August/ Sept 2010: launch of request for proposals to host Sci. Coll Secretariat • November 2010: Selection of Secretariat Host • [Sept/ Oct steering committee and workshop in Australia] Phase 4 – Organisational launch • Nov. 2010: Advertisement for post of Sci. Coll Executive Director • Early 2011: official launch of Sci. Coll (establishment of Secretariat)

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