Could you win the 2014 Dutch Data Prize?01 April 2014
This autumn will see the awarding of the 2014 Dutch Data Prize: a prize for a researcher or research group that makes an additional contribution to science by making research data available for additional new research. Nominations are now possible.
Are you a researcher with a good example of shared data or do you know such a researcher? You can nominate yourself or someone else until 1 July. Here are just a few comments from the winners of previous editions:
- "Winning the Data Prize, or even just being nominated, emphasises the importance of your work. That feels great." Maarten Marx, Political Mashup, winner 2012
- "Winning the Data Prize shows that we are on the right track." Mark van Koningsveld, OpenEarth, winner 2012
- "Show the world how good your database or dataset is! The Data Prize is the jewel in the crown for our work." Kees Mandemakers, The Historical Sample of the Netherlands (HSN), winner 2010
For further information about the prize and nominations, visit the Data Prize page.