Professional and efficient management of research data is becoming increasingly important. The University of Groningen
Research Data Office
helps researchers gather, store and present research data and provides advice on how to draw up ‘research data management plans’ to accompany research proposals.
Dr Robert Inklaar
explains how he can make data from the
Penn World Table
easily accessible for fellow researchers.
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NWO awards € 4 million to DIGITAL TWIN programme
Molecular hydrogen (H2) makes up 99% of the cold dense gas in galaxies. So mapping where stars are born basically means measuring H2, which lacks a strong characteristic signature at low temperatures. Astronomers from SRON Netherlands Institute for...
Researchers from the University of Groningen and the Gran Sasso Science Institute in Italy have calculated that in some cases, the opening of new asylum seekers’ centres makes the prices of nearby houses decrease significantly. The researchers came...