A total of 47 datasets were submitted for the categories 'humanities and social sciences', 'exact and technical sciences' and 'medical and life sciences'. A jury will examine the received entries and after deliberation in September they will announce a shortlist of three nominations per category.
The Dutch Data Award gives appreciation to a researcher or research group that contributes extra to science by making research data available for new or additional research. The winners will receive a sculpture and € 5,000 to make the dataset accessible(r).
Will you be there? You are already able to sign up for the event on November 28th on this webpage.
More information about the Dutch Data Prize can be found here.