Happy New Year! We hope that returning to work after the holiday period has been a smooth transition. We’re back and excited to share some updates with you… Here’s January’s round-up from 4TU.ResearchData!
Welcome to new community members!
- Lucas Grus (Wageningen University and Research)
- Zeynab Kamal (University of Twente)
- Kifilideen Osanyinpeju (Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta)
- Giorgia Giordana (Delft University of Technology)
- Lotte de Vos (KNMI)
- Steven Goldsmith (Villanova University)
- Lars Bannenberg (Delft University of Technology)
- Mohamed Mansour Khalifa (Cairo University)
- Tim Vlemmix (KNMI)
- Joost Albers (Wageningen University and Research)
- Madiareni Sulaiman (Indonesian National Research and Innovation Agency)
Celebrating one year of our community!
2021: Achievements, reflections and looking ahead…
Read about the growth, development and successes of our global online community since it was started in 2020.
We’re launching an internship programme!
We’re pleased to announce that we’re offering internship projects for students, early career researchers and professionals seeking further experience in research data management, open science and science communication.
Attention on Agriculture, Animal and Plant Sciences!
Did you see these datasets?
Agriculture, Animal and Plant Science datasets in the 4TU.ResearchData repository!
Feeding hydrogenated palm fatty acids and rumen-protected protein to lactating Holstein-Friesian dairy cows modifies milk fat triacylglycerol composition and structure, and solid fat content
Monitoring dioxins, PCBs, PFAS and flame retardants in agricultural and fishery product
Author(s): Stefan van Leeuwen, Ron Hoogenboom, Antoine Nijrolder, Wim Traag, Jaap Immerzeel, Hanneke Brust, Caroline Dirks and Wouter A. Gebbink
Categories: Fisheries – Aquaculture; Fisheries – Wild Caught; Other Animal Production and Animal Primary Products; Primary Animal Products
View the collection
Join TU Delft’s Open Science Programme as the Community Engagement Manager
If you’re enthusiastic about community building, Open Access, FAIR data and Citizen Science then this role is for you!
What happened this month?
Stronger together: Fostering collaboration between the UT-DCC, OSCT & 4TU.ResearchData
In 2022, the University of Twente’s Digital Competence Center (UT DCC), the Open Science Community Twente (OSCT) and 4TU.ResearchData are joining forces to co-organise events and thematic sessions for researchers, lecturers, and support staff in their shared journey towards open science.
The University of Twente’s DCC website has been updated
The UT’s Digital Competence Centre’s website now includes information about new tools and services in the field of ICT for Research and Digitalization of Science.
Dates for your diary
For upcoming events check out the Open Research Calendar!
Data Conversations: Peer-review for preprints and data
In collaboration with VU Amsterdam, this event will will focus on quality assessment for preprints and data publication. 4TU.ResearchData will introduce a pilot for the peer-review of data and software code published in the repository.
Join us on 16th February – All welcome!
4TU.ResearchData: A repository service and community for FAIR data
In collaboration with the UT-DCC and OSCT, we are running a webinar to demonstrate our services that support researchers and data support staff.
Join us on 24th February – All welcome!
- Online Recognition and Rewards Festival by NWO on February 4th. Check out the programme and register.
- European Open Science Conference (Paris) on 4th and 5th February. Register now.
- FOSDEM 2022 Open Research Tools and Technologies Dev Room on 5th and 6th February. Register now.
- Open Research Week 2022 from 14th February. Choose your events!
- How to write good code (Code Refinery) by the eScience Center from 14th-17th February. Register now.
- Mozilla Festival from 7th to 10th March. Register now.
- Collaboration Workshop 2022 by the Software Sustainability Institute from 4th to 7th April. Register now.
Something to share?
If you have news to share or would like to include an announcement in next month’s round-up from 4TU.ResearchData, please get in touch. See you in February!