Scientific software – there’s still a long way to go!

A post-conference report on the Second Conference on Non-Textual Information “Software and Services for Science (S3)” – 80 experts gathered in Hannover on 10 and 11 May 2017 to discuss the challenges of scientific software development, operation and reuse. Weiterlesen …

UNESCO World Day for Audiovisual Heritage

27 October is the UNESCO World Day for Audiovisual Heritage. This year’s slogan is “Archives at Risk: Much More to do” . This is also a major issue for the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB), and reason enough for it to present its ‚scientific film archive‘.

Anil Gupta visits TIB: content mining and open access provide greater global visibility for India’s young inventors

We are honoured that the renowned Indian innovation researcher Professor Anil Kumar Gupta chose TIB as the first stop on his visit to Germany last week. Coming straight from the airport, he arrived with his luggage at the foyer of TIB at Welfengarten punctually at 5 pm on 23 June Weiterlesen …

Three questions put to Margret Plank

TIB’s new AV Portal went online a month ago. Margret Plank, our Head of the Competence Centre for Non-Textual Materials (KNM), answered three questions in the TIB-Newsletter 3/2014. Ms. Plank, can you tell us a bit more about yourself and your assignment at TIB? I studied Applied Information Science and Weiterlesen …