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Senckenberg research data management best practices

Hanieh Saeedi

Editor(s)
Aidin Niamir
Related person(s)
Thomas Hickler; Claus Weiland
Supervisor(s)
Karsten Wesche

The Senckenberg Society for Nature Research (SGN) aims at creating and preserving knowledge, data, and associated material, generating new information, and making it findable, accessible, interoperable, and (re)usable for science and society, following the FAIR data principles. In this context, SGN has special responsibility for data associated with scientific collections, yet we also keep an increasingly diverse set of other geobiodiversity data. Data protection, copyright, patent or secrecy issues, ethical obligations such as adherence to good scientific practice in the handling of digital and non-digital research data, as well as the responsibility for ensuring their long-term verification and reusability, must be observed.

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