Cave Hill0 UWITechnicians, academics and researchers in the Caribbean will have the opportunity to benefit from “Caribbean MAGIC”, a 3-day series of technical training and scientific discourse from April 10-12 at the University of the West Indies(UWI), Cave Hill Campus in Barbados.

warcen banner 1170x435Together with TANDEM and Sci-GaIA, the MAGIC project will once again participate in WACREN, the conference that brings together the Western and Central Africa Research and Education Networks. The event itself will take place on March 30-31 2017 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and will be organized by RITER.

frames magicThroughout the year of 2016, the MAGIC project left marks wherever it went, benefiting the scientific community around the world with its mobility and real-time collaboration projects, global science communities, among others. Participating in a project of this proportion also greatly impacts its collaborators and associates. So, what will it be like to participate in MAGIC from inside? How important is the project in the eyes of those who do it?

tutorialTo help research and education organizations around the world - particularly in emerging regions - develop and manage identity services, GÉANT and Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) at the University of Oregon have partnered up to create a series of video sessions that will take you through the policies and technologies of identity management at a local level. The videos then continue to further explore how identity federations build on and are of value to campus identity systems, and how to manage the risks involved.

eAGE2016 MAGIC Global Science Communities session participants"It was a very interesting session in our conference e-AGE 2016 in Beirut 1-2 December 2016. The session was dedicated for Global Science Communities with focus on Biodiversity", stated Yousef Torman, Managing Director, Technology, Networking and Infrastructures of the Arab States Research and Education Network – ASREN.