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SNSF grant-holders may deposit their scientific data in any recognized digital archive (commercial or not) that meets the FAIR principles.
There is too little sound research on journal peer review.
What it means for researchers.
Sparrho is developing a free platform to find and share research publications and patents.
In a decentralized architecture, anyone has the ability to download and re-host data without changing it's permanent identifier.
Linked Open Data may sound good and noble, but it’s the wrong way around.
The British Academy and the Royal Society are carrying out a project examining new uses of data and their implications, and reviewing the data governance landscape.
FAIR doesn’t actually require the data or software to be openly available.
An introduction to research data management and sharing, starting Jun 19.
Learn the skills to supercharge your next audit, quality improvement or research project.
Supporting the development of new models for open research data in the digital age.
Continuous data validation, as a service.
A team of researchers suggest that the increasing complexity of managing data may be one reason that reproducibility has fallen off.
The pervasiveness and quality of data sharing policies in the biomedical literature.
A new report published today by Elsevier and CWTS provides a benchmark overview of data sharing perceptions and practices among researchers.
Springer Nature has developed a standardised, common framework for the research data policies of all its journals.
Planning an Open Organization Identifier Registry.
Because sharing underlying data is essential for accelerating scientific advances and maximizing the value of research.
Conflicts of interest can send a researcher's reputation crashing — but resolving them needn't be as burdensome as it seems.
Hundreds of researchers pick through clinical trial from a major blood-pressure study, to the dismay of some who collected the information.