Highlights contributions to improved scientific data stewardship by early career researchers and enables them to travel to SciDataCon Conference.
In today’s digital era, data-enabled scientific research cannot fully benefit society without scrupulous data stewardship. The pressing challenges faced by the planet and humankind require discipline-integrated research and sound science-driven policies that are critically dependent on trusted scientific data. The World Data System (WDS) of the International Council for Science (ICSU) supports long-term stewardship of quality-assured scientific data and data services across a range of disciplines in the natural and social sciences, and the humanities.
The Word Data System Data Stewardship Award highlights exceptional contributions to the improvement of scientific data stewardship by early career researchers through their engagement with the community, academic achievements, and innovations.
The Award will be given each year and will be presented at the subsequent SciDataCon Conference. The 2017 WDS Data Stewardship Award will thus be presented at SciDataCon 2018 (dates and venue to be confirmed) with their attendance covered by the ICSU World Data System. The 2017 Award will include:
Royal Society Te Apārangi will support nominations to the WDS from eligible early career New Zealand researchers.
Applications for the World Data System Data Stewardship Award are closed.
If you have any queries about making an application to the World Data System Data Stewardship Award please contact: International.Applications@royalsociety.org.nz