Author: The Dryad Team

Data stories: Open data for climate justice

Access to reusable, restriction-free open data is critically important to advancing research that helps communities around the world understand and respond to the impacts of climate change. In support of this year’s Open Access Week theme, “open for climate justice,” … Continue reading

Data stories: Open data for climate justice

Access to reusable, restriction-free open data is critically important to advancing research that helps communities around the world understand and respond to the impacts of climate change. In support of this year’s Open Access Week theme, “open for climate justice,” … Continue reading

U.S. policy: Dryad welcomes OSTP memorandum on ensuring free, immediate, and equitable access to federally funded research

Dryad welcomes the U.S. White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) memorandum on ensuring free, immediate, and equitable access. As a platform for the curation and open publication of data serving the research community since 2008, Dryad is … Continue reading

U.S. Policy: Dryad’s role in the NIH’s new Policy for Data Management and Sharing

Building on its longstanding commitment to data sharing, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has introduced an updated Policy for Data Management and Sharing, with the goal of expediting “the translation of research results into knowledge, products, and procedures to … Continue reading

Job opening: Full-time data curator (Remote, USA)

Dryad is now recruiting for a Data Curator to help drive and maintain the highest standards for research data curation quality and efficiency. Our future Data Curator will perform data curation tasks, and assist with process improvements, policy implementation, recruitment, … Continue reading

U.S. Policy: Evaluating Dryad’s Alignment with the National Science and Technology Council’s Desirable Characteristics of Data Repositories for Federally Funded Research

In May, The National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) released “a consistent set of desirable characteristics for data repositories” to help government agencies provide guidance to their research communities on selecting appropriate data repositories. These characteristics, covering a range of … Continue reading

Community update, July 2022

Here are a few updates from Dryad that we hope folks will find of interest. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact us, via hello [at] datadryad [dot] org. First up: Our long-time Product Manager … Continue reading