Here you will find information about NMBU's guidelines for handling research data and links to policies/strategies laid down by the Research Council of Norway, the Ministry of Education and Research and the EU.
With the term “handling research data”, we mean storage of data in ongoing projects, archiving data at publication / project completion, data sharing, and making data available. NMBU students and employees seek to comply with international standards for research data management, ethical guidelines, and regulations from national and international sources of funding.
The management of research data in NMBU projects must follow the FAIR principles; Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable, and the principle that "Research data shall be as open as possible, as closed as necessary".
NMBU's guidelines for handling research data applies to all student and employees at NMBU building the basis for a scientific publication and the research data generated in ongoing projects, e.g.:
Guidelines and policy documents:
- NMBU Guidelines for Research Data Management (approved 10 Apr 2018, pdf)
- Policy for Open Science The Research Council of Norway
- Guidelines by the National Research Ethics Comitees
- Guidelines on Open Access to Scientific Publications and Research Data in Horizon 2020
- Open Research Data and Data Management Plans ERC 20 April 2022
- Open Access Guidelines for research revised December 2021
- Open Access in European Commission, FP7