A Science and Technology Digital Library
The objective is to develop an integrated system to give access to information on scientific and technological research oriented to the National research community and to the Country as a whole – institutions, business sector and society
The system will ensure permanent, certified and effective access to information resources, scientific and technical data, expertise, research activities and programmes…
The Project will achieve the integration of data and resources according to Open Government and Open Access principles, and the total integration of systems which manage and deliver services.
The interoperability among the main National and International information systems will enable the STDL to interact effectively with all major R&D actors, at the organisational, technical and technological level.
The Science & Technology Digital Library will offer a wide range of advanced services tailored to users’ needs, and will enhance and preserve National scientific output (Legal Deposit).


S&TDL at Forum PA 2016

entrataWithin the usual appointment of Forum PA, this year CNR decided to present some relevant initiatives and projects with respect to Public Administration transformation – Leimotiv of the 2016 edition – and S&TDL was among them... Read more



IFLA WLIC 2019: 85th IFLA General Conference and Assembly
Athens, 24-30 August 2019
14th International Digital Curation Conference - IDCC 2019
Melbourne, 4-7 February 2019
Big Data & Analytics Innovation Summit
Beijing, November 21-22, 2018
Digital Humanities in the Nordic countries - DHN 2019
Copenhagen, March 6-8, 2019

The Digital Agenda

The Science & Technology Digital Library Project is the result of an Agreement signed on July 17th 2012 between the Italian National Research Council (CNR) and the Department for the Digitization of Public Administration and Technological Innovation within the Presidency of the Council of Ministers – later merged into the Agency for Digital Italy (AgID) – as part of a memorandum of understanding between MIUR and CNR.

The scenario


A Recipe for Openness