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  • Top 6 data attributes for policymakers

    Since 2016, when the FAIR Principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) were first published to address data reusability, the concept has gone a long way towards becoming a well-established foundation for those working with biological data. The policy world has been no exception to the permeability of the FAIR Principles across all life sciences domains.  […]

    16 April 2024
  • Advancing research practices: OSTrails project towards open science

    The Oxford e-Research Centre’s Data Readiness Group, an essential member of the ELIXIR-UK Node, is driving significant progress in open science and FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) data as it takes on a key role in the EU project OSTrails. Data Management Plans (DMPs) have long been hailed as essential roadmaps for research endeavours, […]

    3 April 2024
  • From fragmentation to integration: EOSC-ENTRUST launches to unite European TREs

    On 1 March 2024, the EU-funded EOSC-ENTRUST project launched to enhance European interoperability for sensitive data access and analysis. Led by ELIXIR and the EUDAT Collaborative Data Infrastructure (CDI), this collaborative effort involves partners from 15 European countries, including ELIXIR-UK members such as University of Dundee, University of Manchester, University of Nottingham and Health Data […]

    5 March 2024

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