Through the summer, campus has been working to restart research on campus. Biochemistry recently shared their experiences with phase one of the research restart process.
In this month’s Making Research Work, Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education Steve Ackerman writes about the importance of getting ahead of grant deadlines. You can find tips for using DMPTool for getting ahead of writing a data management for your grant proposal here.
The Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) is hosting a free two day conference on October 14-15. The conference, Fostering Responsible Conduct of Research in Time of Crisis, will explore how research is evolving in response to the pandemic through the critical lens of research integrity. The conference may partially fulfill Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) education requirements of federally funded grants. See here for more information.
COVID Black – is a Black Digital Humanities (Black DH) collective that focuses on Black health and data, creating digital resources and engaging in actions to raise awareness about health disparities within Black diasporic communities. You can find out more about their work here.
According to a recent study, as many as 176 open access journals have disappeared from the internet between 2000 and 2019. For questions about preserving your work in our open access institutional repository, reach out to us at MINDS@UW.