International Day of Women and Girls in Science on 11 February celebrates the important contributions which women make to science and technology. To mark the day, we are highlighting women across the Europeana Initiative who lead the way in tech, research and development in cultural heritage, asking them,‘What would you like to be asked about your work - and what is the answer?’
We were delighted to welcome over 1,100 of you to EuropeanaTech 2023, which took place onsite and online for three exciting days in October. Look back on the conference with us and discover how you can access the recordings.
3D technologies offer opportunities to broaden access to culture, preserve our shared cultural heritage and spur creativity and innovation. As part of an ongoing series from the EuropeanaTech community, Dr. Lozana Rossenova explores how interoperability for 3D is a key goal for the International Image Interoperability Framework.
Did you enjoy EuropeanaTech 2023? Would you like to learn more about audiovisual innovation, acoustics heritage and open knowledge maps? Then look no further than the EuropeanaTech community’s new webinar series!