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Hungary joins CLARIN ERIC

On 1st August Hungary gained admission to CLARIN ERIC, the European Research infrastructure whose mission is to bring modern language technology tools and resources to researchers in the Humanities and Social Sciences and provide support in their use. The Research Institute for Linguistics was a founding member of the CLARIN project that was launched after the first ESFRI Roadmap and played a leading role in the preparatory phase of the project. Until now lack of national support prevented it from joining CLARIN ERIC, which was formed as CLARIN entered its construction phase.
The Research institute for Linguistics acts as the National Coordinator of the HUNCLARIN research infrastructure network, which currently has seven members. Membership in the 19 country strong CLARIN ERIC will open up new vistas for collaboration and will enhance the quality and visibility of Hungarian research in the Humanities and the Social Sciences.
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