Are you a researcher with a good example of shared data? Or do you know someone who is? You can nominate yourself, another researcher or a research group!
This year the Dutch Data Prize will be awarded for the sixth time, to a researcher or research group that has made a special contribution to science by making research data accessible for new or additional research.The prize consists of a sculpture and € 5.000 to make the data (even) more accessible. Just as in previous years, there will be a Data Prize in three categories: humanities & social sciences; exact & technical sciences and medical & life sciences.Deadline for nominations is July 1st.
The Dutch Data Prize is an initiative of Research Data Netherlands (RDNL), a national coalition of data archives: 4TU.ResearchData, SURFsara and DANS. Partners of the Dutch Data Prize 2020 are: National Coordination Point LCRDM, netherlands eScience Center, Dutch Digital Heritage Network, OpenAIRE, DTL and UKB working group Research Data.
If you have any questions, please contact us via dataprijs researchdata.nl.
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