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The Research Data Architectures for Research Institutions (RDARI) Interest Group of the Research Data Alliance is conducting a survey of the research data management services offered by universities and research institutions around the world. This will enable comparisons to be drawn between different institutions and help establish benchmarks for service provision.

The deadline for group session submissions for Plenary 15 is 28 November 2019, midnight UTC – just two weeks away.

If your group is interested in submitting a session for a working group, interest group or joint meeting session, submissions will only be accepted from your group chairs, so be sure to coordinate with them to ensure proper communication of the submission.

If you are a chair and submitting for a joint meeting session, all chairs involved in that joint session must be notified of the submission.

Dear RDA Community Members,

The RDA Technical Advisory Board (TAB) election polls closed on 6 November 2019 and I am delighted to announce the 5 new members elected to serve on TAB for a 3-year term:

RDA Europe is offering up to 7 Early Careers and 5 Experts grants designed to support participation to the 15th RDA Plenary meeting (18-20 March 2020, Melbourne, Australia) 

The RDA TAB Election voting opened on 23 October 2019 at 6:30 UTC, and will close on 6 November 2019 at 23:59 UTC. Five newly elected TAB members will be announced shortly after 6 November 2019.  Balancing criteria will be applied to make sure TAB continues to represent a variety of regions and disciplines. To place your vote and learn more about the TAB election process, visit https://www.rd-alliance.org/tab-member-election-2019.  

Chris Graf, Director, Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics interviews Fiona Murphy, Scholarly Communications Consultant 

The rapid growth in the volume and diversity of biological data promise a better understanding of the basic biological processes. But to analyse these data and transform this information into new insights, life science researches need new skills in data manipulation, computer science and statistics. There is a growing demand all around the world for training in data management, large scale analysis, machine learning or data visualisation.

Date: 29th November 2019, 13:00

Venue: National Library of Ireland – Main Building, 7-8 Kildare Street, Dublin 2, D02 P638

The opening speech of the evening reception of the 14th Plenary Meeting of the RDA by Päivi Sutinen, City as a Service Director, City of Espoo

RDA Europe has selected a new group of Domain Researchers and Data Experts to participate in the 14th RDA Plenary, taking place at the Aalto University in Helsinki this week.  All seven grantees have a strong interest in RDA, and are drivers or adopters of one or more of the RDA outputs to enable data sharing by or from their project or organization.