Networking Day in Utrecht

Will you join us? Tuesday the 29th of March LCRDM will have its first Networking Day of 2022 in Utrecht, in the Muntgebouw, from 10.00-16.00. LCRDM take this opportunity to reflect on a decade of RDM professionals, the value added to research and science. And of course, LCRDM will look forward: what’s up, new and different in the RDM landscape. The… Continue reading

Looking back on 2021 and forward to 2022

Dear colleagues,  Hopefully, 2022 has started well for you. May it bring you good health and more opportunities to meet freely with family, friends and colleagues.  Last year, the DTL team worked hard to realise our ambition to strengthen the Dutch digital life sciences infrastructure and expertise base. We have contributed to many initiatives and projects and have collaborated with health and… Continue reading

New round of Essentials for Data Support March – April 2022

Essentials 4 Data Support is THE introductory course for those who (want to) support researchers in managing, sharing, storing and archiving their research data. The course is an ideal start for Data Stewards and Data Managers, but also of interest to researchers and research supporters who want to deepen and broaden their Research Data Management knowledge. The course consists of… Continue reading

Publication How to be FAIR with your data

We are happy to announce the recent publication of “How to be FAIR with your data: A teaching and training handbook for higher education institutions”. The handbook was created by a group of about 40 collaborators (a.o. Mijke Jetten – DTL, Health-RI – and Ronald Cornet – Amsterdam UMC, ELIXIR-NL) in a series of book sprints and a subsequent editorial… Continue reading

How to unlock toxicology data for drug discovery?

A second case study has been published on FAIRification of Innovative Health Initiative. On this occasion they’ve written about the eTOX project case, in which several companies created a large scale toxicology database, covering 8.8 million pre-clinical data points on nearly 2,000 chemicals from 8,196 studies that included predictions on health effects. Experts achieved an increase in FAIRness level of… Continue reading

Celebrating three years of the Data Stewardship Wizard

The Data Stewardship Wizard (DSW) resource has recently celebrated its third anniversary since the first v1.0 release. Initially conceived through a mind-map of data management topics, a questionnaire system and a collaboration between ELIXIR Netherlands and ELIXIR Czech Republic, the DSW has now flourished into an interactive web-tool to help scientists and researchers manage their data in an accessible and user-friendly way. … Continue reading

Open Consultation on the NPOS2030 Ambition Document

Aim of this Consultation and next stepsThis Open Consultation aims to give all stakeholders the opportunity to reflect on the NPOS2030 Ambition Document. The feedback received in this consultation will help the NPOS Steering Board and the Programme Line Leads to start filling in actions for each of the Key Lines of Action for the coming years, thus creating a… Continue reading

New National Roadmap 2021 presented

On September 8, 2021 Minister van Engelshoven (Education, Culture, Science) received the new National Roadmap for Large-Scale Infrastructure 2021. In the new Roadmap nine groups present their proposals for investments in a large-scale research infrastructure for the next 10 years. In the domain Life and Health sciences four groups have been identified: green life sciences, life sciences & enabling technology,… Continue reading