The Dutch Data Prize will be awarded to a researcher or research group that contributes extra to science by making research data available for additional or new research.The Dutch Data Prize is an initiative of Research Data Netherlands. Research Data Netherlands is a collaboration between 4TU Researchdata, Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS) and SURFsara.
BLUEPRINT represents an EU-subsidized project to map data on the packaging of DNA (also known as epigenetics) in all types of blood cells. This concerns blood cells from both healthy people and people with various blood diseases such as leukemia.
Henk Stunnenberg, theme Cancer development and immune defense, was responsible for the overall coordination of the BLUEPRINT project.
The award ceremony will be organized 28 November.
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