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Open Source Software Guidelines for Researchers

Written by Julie Beardsell and originally published on the ICT innovation blog. Responding to the challenge Navigating the often complex legal landscape of software licensing can be a genuine challenge for researchers, particularly when starting up a research project for the first time. Today’s researchers, when starting out on a PhD, may typically need to..

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Comments on the European Open Science Cloud Rules of Participation

Authors: Wilma van Wezenbeek, Alastair Dunning, Marta Teperek Date: 3 August 2018 References Report: Prompting EOSC in Practice (Rules of Participation are on page 28): https://www.eudat.eu/sites/default/files/prompting_an_eosc_in_practice_eosc_hleg_interim_report.pdf EOSC Open Consultation website: https://eoscpilot.eu/open-consultation   Structure of our comments Overarching comments Specific comments on the Report Prompting EOSC in Practice Comments on specific Rules of Participation Overarching comments..

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Moved by moving water — interview with Riccardo Riva about open data and sea level rise research

  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..

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TU Delft Research Data Framework Policy now approved

On 26 June 2018, the new TU Delft Research Data Framework Policy was approved by TU Delft’s Executive Board. The Framework Policy is an overarching policy on research data management for TU Delft as a whole and it defines the roles and responsibilities at the University level. In addition, the Framework provides templates for faculty-specific..

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