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Scholarly Communication

 

David Carr and Robert Kiley from the Wellcome Trust are coming to Cambridge to talk with researchers about the Trust’s policy on data, software and materials management and sharing, which was released in July 2017. They will give short talks about the extended requirements for sharing all research outputs and an update on how their policy on open research has been working. Afterwards you will have the opportunity to ask them any questions you might have.
This event will be held in the Gurdon Institute tea-room.
Everyone is invited:

  • principal investigators
  • postdocs
  • research staff
  • administrative staff
  • students
  • librarians

Benefits of attending the session:

  • you will get to know all the necessary information about the Wellcome's requirements for sharing all research ouputs
  • you will know how the Wellcome’s policy on sharing has effected the wider community so far
  • you will have the opportunity to ask any questions you might have about sharing outputs directly
  • you will have the opportunity to share your fears/worries directly

 
This will be an informal session whereby audience members are free to ask any questions they choose. If you would like to ask a question and are unable to attend or wish to remain anonymous please email your question to info@data.cam.ac.uk and we will ask for you.
Tea and coffee will be provided. Please feel free to bring your own lunch.
 

Event date: 
Tuesday, 5 December, 2017
Event location: 
The Gurdon Institute Tea Room
Event time: 
11:00-13:00

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