The Dutch Data Prize is awarded in three categories: humanities & social sciences; exact & technical sciences and medical & life sciences.
Every other year, the Dutch Data Prize is awarded to a researcher or research group that has made a special contribution to science by making research data accessible for new or additional research. The winners of the Dutch Data Prize receive € 5.000 to make the data (even) more accessible and a sculpture.
The Dutch Data Prize is an initiative of Research Data Netherlands (RDNL), a national coalition of data archives: 4TU.ResearchData, SURFsara and DANS. Partners of the Dutch Data Prize 2020 are: National Coordination Point LCRDM, Netherlands eScience Center, Dutch Digital Heritage Network, OpenAIRE, DTL and UKB working group Research Data.
For more information about the Dutch Data Prize 2020 and the nomination criteria visit the website of RDNL.
Would you like to attend this special day? Add the date to your agenda and sign up for the event via the RDNL website.