Who wins the Dutch Data Prize?

Published on
March 7, 2016

Are you a researcher who has made a special contribution to make research data accessible for new or additional research? Maybe you'll win the Dutch Data Prize!

The 2016 Dutch Data Prize is awarded to a researcher or research group that has made a special contribution by making research data accessible for a new or additional research.

Do you know a researcher or a research group who deserves this prize? Please nominate him or her, before July 1 2016. Data that was entered in previous years can be re-nominated.

Go to the nomination form.

The prize is a sculpture and 5000 euro to make the dataset (more) accessible. Prizes are awarded in three categories: humanities and social sciences; exact and technical sciences: medical and life sciences.

More information at RDNL, Research Data Netherlands.