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By: Emily Esposito, Wed Aug 22 2018
Emily Esposito

Author: Emily Esposito

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The first institution and the first funding agency have begun to offer Research Data Support to their researchers.

Researchers at University of Nevada, Las Vegas can now access Research Data Support, a service from Springer Nature that makes datasets easier to find, share and cite. Researchers funded by the Wellcome Trust can also use the service as part of a pilot project. We’re very much looking forward to working with Wellcome and UNLV to add value to their research data!

Because many institutions want help reporting on compliance with research data policies and impact, we’re pleased to announce the launch of our research data availability reporting service. It offers institutions an in-depth report on the availability of data supporting their affiliated Springer Nature publications.

Interested in Research Data Support, data availability reporting, or just want to learn more about research data?

Contact your Institutional Engagement Manager to learn more.

Emily Esposito

Author: Emily Esposito

Emily Esposito, Senior Marketing Manager from New York, passionately connects corporate markets, information managers, and R&D departments. She shares vital insights on 7 critical messages Info Pros want R&D scientists to know through her blog, intertwining her dedication to family with industry expertise, fostering invaluable connections and community.

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