Scientific Debate | an essential piece of Open Science

Debate is essential to interpret scientific data. But how do we shape a scientific debate in a world driven by an abundance of data, countless non-scientific discussions and when its no longer clear what is fact and what is opinion?

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Leiden Bio-active Molecules & EU-call Biobridges

Driehoek Research Support takes care of an efficacious exploitation of the Leiden bio-active molecules library and also provides a member of the Advisory Board of the EU-project Biobridges.

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Managing Organisations

DRSupport developed an own approach to getting research organisation smart. The four essential parts are Preparing, Screening, Drafting and Implementing.

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Managing Proposals

Managing Proposals, the three essential parts of approach: Preparing phase, Construction of consortium and Writing the proposal.

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Good Science

Good Science, it's a challenge to define integrity. Scientists live in a rather confusing era. On the one hand they are embraced by society and on the other hand they are detested. It is just whether the research results fit in specific opinions, or not. In addition, the integrity of science is discussed. But, what is integrity?

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Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking

The bio-based industry of Europe has set-up a R&D-programme to stimulate the bio-based economy. It is called the Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking.

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Visionary Leadership

Visionary leadership among research institutes, companies, and the Dutch government.

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Intelligent Open Science

Intelligent Open Science and General Data Protection Regulation, a major topic at the Science│Business conference ‘Open’ in Brussels. Research institutions and companies should be encouraged to turn hidden research into Intelligent Open Science. DRS is ready for it. And you?

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Impact of science & GDPR

We all like summer, especially while enjoying holidays. This year, many people suffered from summer due to the quite extreme heat in combination with dryness. Similarly, we all value science as pivotal of a modern society, but a too large impact on society may be detrimental. You may read about it in this Newsletter. In addition, you may read about the General Data Protection Regulation, of which we might suffer as well.

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EARMA-conference & NRIN-meeting

We see a burst of new life out of doors. It is fascinating. You may have a similar feeling at a conference listening to all new initiatives and insights. Here, you may read about the inspiring annual conference of the European Association of Research Managers and Administrators (EARMA) and a meeting of the Netherlands Research Integrity Network (NRIN).

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