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Two Spanish Projects Among the 12 Winners of the European TETTRIs Projects

A project led by CSIC to establish a National Reference Collection for Spain’s Threatened Pollinators and another led by the Pablo de Olavide University of Seville to develop a dynamic integrative digital dashboard for rushes were among the 12 projects awarded in the European TETTRIs project’s call published in June 2023. This initiative aims to promote open access systems to collection data.

To ensure a lasting and impactful transformation, the European-wide TETTRIs project has asked the wider community to co-create and test solutions. A call for funding was published in June, 2023. 54 applications were received from all over the continent.

Almost one third of TETTRIs Є6 million has been successfully allocated to 12 external projects who applied for this cascade-funding. These projects extend the TETTRIs community beyond the initial beneficiaries. These projects will help establish open access to collections data, design and test novel artificial intelligence and molecular tools, test training frameworks and involve citizen scientists in monitoring biodiversity hotspots.

This community-based perspective is fundamental to the entire ethos of TETTRIs.

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