We believe that our services could be useful to the consortiums planning to submit a NWA-ORC proposal. In this session, we present the DANS services in the light of the NWA-ORC. We invite researchers from all disciplines involved in one or more of the NWA-ORC routes to join this event.

DANS will have again the students from the honors programme of Trent Hil, from the iSchool, University of Washington, Seattle. This programme will be held in collaboration with faculty and professionals from several Dutch academic, research, and cultural organisation.

Want to learn how to increase the visibility, reuse and impact of your research? In a series of five online workshops we’ll show you how you can manage your research data, to apply the FAIR principles and know how to include them in your data management routines.

Together, let's unlock the past, present and future of digital preservation during iPRES 2024! DANS' Honorary fellow Herbert van de Sompel is Keynote speaker, and get insight in the life cycle of file formats in your repository in a workshop, given by our Data Processing Team Leader Valentijn Gilissen, among others. For the full programme and registration, click below.

Every two years, the Dutch Data Prize is awarded to an individual or team that makes research data FAIR. Nominate your own dataset or a dataset produced by another individual or research group before 16 August 2024. Winners will be announced on 17 October during the FAIR-IMPACT National Roadshow, the Netherlands. For all information and conditions

The FAIR National Roadshow series is visiting the Netherlands! The aim of this event, hosted by RDNL, is to present the FAIR principles in Dutch national and institutional data management policies, as well as promote the outcomes and ongoing work of the FAIR-IMPACT project to the research community, by an interactive day with a keynote, workshops and the awarding of the RDNL Dutch Data Prize.

Reserve 22 October in your calendar now! The fourth edition of the National Open Science Festival will take place, with this year Maastricht University and Open Science Community Maastricht as hosts. More information will follow soon.

A image of a sloth to enhance the RDA 23rd Plenary meeting in Costa Rica

This three-day hybrid RDA conference in Costa Rica, will bring together leaders from around the world to tackle some of the biggest data challenges and questions we face today, to share new ideas and explore best practices in using data.