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BLOGNIH Data Management PlanCalls for open science have increased in the past decades, with open access publishing becoming more popular.

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The NIH 2023 DMP requirement encourages researchers to proactively plan for data sharing, with the expectation that data sharing will become an integral part of regular research conduct. In this article, we provide an overview on data repositories and how to identify compliant repositories that are most suitable for the data you are expected to share.
The NIH 2023 DMP requirement encourages researchers to proactively plan for data sharing, with the expectation that data sharing will become an integral part of regular research conduct. In this article, we summarize the types of the data you should expect to share and best practices that you should start familiarizing yourself with to be best prepared.
Adopting a modern electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) like LabArchives to support best practices in data management, lab connectivity, collaboration and research reproducibility can help position institutions for a successful REF 2029 review.
The purpose of this document is to outline the key components of the NIH 2023 Data Management and Sharing (DMS) policy
Calls for open science have increased in the past decades, with open access publishing becoming more popular.
Greater volumes of data are generated than ever before with expanding technologies that create large amounts of data.

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Greater volumes of data are generated than ever before with expanding technologies that create large amounts of data.
ROAR has approximately 400 users on their campus as the University purchased a LabArchives ELN license for all research and teaching staff.
When Alana Hamilton joined the Flow Core Facility in the Institute of Infection, Immunity, and Inflammation at the University of Glasgow, she assumed the responsibility of billing for instrument use.

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“The most important reward of this process is that Duke researchers now have an institutionally supported resource which is flexible and secures their documentation in a searchable and versioned format.“
ASIST Team, Duke Office of Scientific Integrity
Duke University

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