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Open Science, preprints, ethical boards and fast research in “the COVID era”

Date:08 July 2020

Open science and COVID: a lot of research has been published, and more will follow soon. But is the research reliable and diligent? What should we pay the most attention to? Vera Heininga and Tina Kretschmer, cofounders of the Open Science Community...

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.
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...