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Lagere zorgkosten in wijken met meer sportverenigingsleden

Lagere zorgkosten in wijken met meer sportverenigingsleden

Date:02 January 2020

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Uit onderzoek onder de gehele Nederlandse bevolking door de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, het UMCG en de Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen is gebleken dat wijken met een hoger percentage sportverenigingsleden lagere zorgkosten hebben....

Researcher Oskar Gstrein

Cutting Crime Impact, using data to predict crime

Date:06 November 2019
The blockbuster Minority Report (2002) is set in a future in which a special police unit is able to arrest criminals before they commit their crimes. Science fiction? Not anymore. Researcher Oskar Gstrein (Data Research Centre, Campus Fryslân) is exploring the ethical, legal and social issues of such technology in a large European research project that looks at how to use data to predict and prevent petty crime: Cutting Crime Impact.
Marijtje van Duijn and Esther Hoorn

Privacy in research: asking the right questions!

Date:29 August 2019
Esther Hoorn (Legal Affairs), Marijtje van Duijn (Associate Professor, Behavioural and Social Sciences/Sociology), Anne Beaulieu (Associate Professor at Campus Fryslân and Science & Technology studies) and Tom Spits (MOOC coordinator at the Center for Information Technology) have jointly submitted and been granted a proposal for the Comenius programme of the Dutch Research Council (NWO). We interviewed Marijtje van Duijn and Esther Hoorn about research involving personal data and the need to train good researchers.
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Open Science: transparency above all else

Date:09 July 2019
Author:Data Federation Hub (DFH)

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PhD students Maurits Masselink and Daan Ornée and senior researcher Jojanneke Bastiaansen, all based at the University Center of Psychiatry at the UMCG, are the enthusiastic cofounders and advocates of the Open Science...

Prof. Louise Meijering

Collecting GPS data from the elderly: research-related security issues addressed

Date:15 May 2019
Author:Data Federation Hub (DFH)

More and more elderly people are still living at home. For some, it is a choice. For others, it is because society has chosen to reduce the number of places available in residential facilities for the elderly. Living at home can be quite a challenge for older...

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Data-driven society? Be 'Data Wise'!

Date:25 July 2018
Author:Anne Beaulieu
Data, and particularly ‘big data’, play an increasing role in society. Scientists, journalists, politicians, policy makers, and governmental institutions all make use of big data to understand our society and to improve our daily lives. But how do these practices influence our lives, positively and negatively, and shape society? And what is ‘big data’ actually?
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Research Data Management Training: this unknown

Date:22 March 2018

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Making the research data management awareness training mandatory in the Medical Faculty meant high pressure for the research support staff: a lot of training sessions had to be organized in a short period of time....