Development of an infrastructure for management of research data on nano materials, establishment of an ontology for data reuse
Research data should be considered cultural posessions, as their collection is laborious and often paid for through public funding. While data storage for open-access is already common in some research fields that produce large amounts of data, such as climate science, other research fields still lag behind. We are working on establishing a database that allows public access and subsequent use of our nanosafety data.
Current examples from our research:
Traceability and reliability: Quality standards for data in nano safety (NanoS-QM)