We are happy to announce two new metadata elements added to the 4TU.ResearchData archive: Funder information; To link datasets in a more structured way to funding, we have made funding information available in dedicated metadata fields. Depositors are asked to submit the name(s) of the funder and grant number as part of the standard metadata..
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On Thursday 30 August and on Friday 31 August TU Delft Library hosted two events dedicated to the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its implications for research data. Both events were organised by the Research Data Netherlands: collaboration between the 4TU.Center for Research Data, DANS and SURF (represented by the National Research..
Written by Marta Teperek and Alastair Dunning There are lots of drivers pushing for preservation of research data long-term and to make them Findable Accessible Interoperable are Re-usable. There is a consensus that sharing and preserving data makes research more efficient (no need to generate same data all over again), more innovative (data re-use across..
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We talked with Dr. Riccardo Riva, an assistant professor at the TU Delft Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences who has published several datasets via the 4TU.Centre for Research Data. We spoke about his recent paper in the open access journal The Cryosphere on the surprising effects of melting glaciers and ice sheets on the solid Earth though..