Digital Research Environment
The Digital Research Environment (DRE) is a cloud based, globally available research environment where data is stored and organized securely and researchers can quickly generate workspaces to collaborate in and use the applications they love. Globally available and accessible 24/7.read more
Research Data LifecycleResearch data typically undergo several stages. Moreover, the current view is that the life span of research data is not restricted to the research project for which the data were created initially. Potentially, the data will be supplemented, edited, analyzed again and reused by other researchers. read more (Intranet, log-in needed)
FAIRThe FAIR data principles are a set of principles that enable reuse of data by humans, and by machines. Data should be made Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. Radboud University and Radboudumc have established minimum requirements for sustainable findable (“F”) and Accessible “A” research data. read more (Intranet, log-in needed)
Radboudumc offers a unified DMP template for all types of Radboudumc research (both human-based research and non-human, fundamental research), providing tailored institutional guidance, example answers and guidance from funders. The institutional DMP template has been approved by the two most common national grant providers: ZonMw and NWO.