Spring is almost here which means we’re launching our FAIR Data Fund 2022 Spring Call! February’s round-up from 4TU.ResearchData showcases research data stories from Chemistry and welcomes new community members.
Welcome to new community members!
- Mahesh Karnani (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
- Femke Geysen (Wageningen University and Research)
- Shauna Ni Fhlaithearta (Wageningen University and Research)
- Zita Bernhoeft (4TU.ResearchData)
- Céline Barthélemy (CIRAD)
- Marzio Barresi (Politecnico di Milano)
- Maaike Smit (4TU.ResearchData)
- Antti Rousi (Aalto University)
- Luc Steinbuch (Wageningen University and Research)
FAIR Data Fund 2022 Spring Call is now open!
Apply for financial aid to make your data FAIR…
A maximum budget of €3.500 is available to researchers at TU Delft, TU Eindhoven and the University of Twente to cover the costs of making their research Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (The FAIR Data Principles).
February is all about Chemistry!
FAIR data is an enabler for artificial intelligence in Chemical Engineering
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering at Delft University of Technology, Artur Schweidtmann, talks about the Chemical Engineering Knowledge Graph (ChemEng KG) to process chemical information in a FAIR, 5-Star linked data format. This will enable researchers and industry to find and reuse process information, accelerating the development of processes.
Data Sharing in Chemistry: A Data Steward’s Perspective
Sjef Öllers is a data steward working in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. In this article, he talks about his role as a data steward to encourage and educate chemistry researchers to publish their data in trusted repositories.
Did you see these datasets?
Chemistry datasets in the 4TU.ResearchData repository
Beyond the Hype: Deep Neural Networks Outperform Established Methods Using A ChEMBL Bioactivity Benchmark Set
Author(s): Eelke Bart Lenselink, Niels ten Dijke, Brandon Bongers, George Papadatos, Herman van Vlijmen, Wotjek Kowalczyk, Adriaan IJzerman and Gerard van Westen
Categories: Medical Biochemistry and Metabolomics;
Medicinal and Biomolecular Chemistry
What happened this month?
4TU.ResearchData: A repository service and community for FAIR data
4TU.ResearchData presented an overview of their repository services and community for FAIR data. Part one of the presentation provided detailed information about the technical infrastructure to support FAIR data. Part two provided information about the community (human infrastructure) around the data repository.
Dates for your diary…
For upcoming events check out the Open Research Calendar!
- Training in Research Data Management and Open Science – webinar series by Aalto University during March. Check out 16 webinars!
- ASAPBIO Community Call: Data sharing with preprints – where do we stand and where next? on 3rd March. Add to your calendar!
- Open Science and the Decolonization of Knowledge: A Conversation on Participatory Research by RIOT Science Club (Rotterdam) on 4th March. View the event.
- Barcamp Open Science 2022 on 7th March. Read more and register.
- Open Science Conference 2022 on 8th March. Register now.
- Mozilla Festival from 7th to 10th March. Register now.
- Version Control for Scientific Research Using Git/Github on 11th March. Register now.
- FORAGE: the hunt for existing data citations by DataCite on 17th 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 March!