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Better Science through Better Data 2017 (#scidata17) at United Kingdom

October 25, 2017 from 9am to 5:30pm
Springer Nature’s annual one-day conference brings together researchers from all stages of their career to discuss advances and opportunities in research data. Primarily aimed at enabling early career researchers to best utilise their research data in improving their research, talks include those from on-going research projects, industry leaders and early-career researchers, discussing all things research data from across all of the life and social sciences. The conference is held in…See More
Apr 7, 2017
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OA in the Humanities and Social Sciences at United Kingdom

October 20, 2015 from 4pm to 6pm
Talk to the faculty at Queen Mary University London on Open Access in Humanities and Social Sciences.See More
Oct 5, 2015
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Publishing Better Science through Better Data at United Kingdom

October 23, 2015 from 9:30am to 5pm
Research data should be an asset rather than a hindrance to getting published, receiving funding or progressing scientists’ careers. As policies on sharing and managing research data continue to emerge – from research funders, communities and journals – they need to be put into context for researchers preparing their next paper or grant application.After a rapidly sold out inaugural half-day conference in 2014,…See More
Sep 10, 2015
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Sep 9, 2015

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