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  • "BBSRC is committed to encouraging its research community to make readily available the outputs from the research it funds."

  • "The University assumes that all data produced by university researchers will be made available to the wider academic community."

  • "Data should be considered for sharing and made as widely and as freely accessible as possible whilst safeguarding intellectual property, the privacy of the patients and confidential data."

  • "Research data management plans must ensure that research data are available for access and re-use where appropriate."

  • "Research organisations must ensure that data is securely preserved for a minimum of 10 years from the last date on which access to the data was requested."

  • "ESRC award holders are expected to make use of existing standards for data management and to make data available for further re-use."

  • "Data which are determined to be a matter of public record and can therefore be made freely available, without restriction, are categorised as Public Access"

  • "Data must be properly curated throughout its life-cycle and released with the appropriate high-quality metadata."

  • "NERC is committed to supporting long-term environmental data management to enable continuing access to these data."

  • "Research data should be made available for use by other researchers. Researchers must retain research data, including electronic data, in a durable, indexed and retrievable form."

  • "It is NIH policy that the results and accomplishments of the activities that it funds should be made available to the public."

  • "Make relevant primary data and research evidence accessible to others for reasonable periods after the completion of the research"

  • "Make relevant primary data and research evidence accessible to others for reasonable periods after the completion of the research"

  • "Investigators are expected to share the primary data, samples, physical collections and other supporting materials created or gathered in the course of work under NSF grants."

  • "Sharing your data is in the public interest, where research data has been publicly funded"

  • "Data sharing is a step toward reuse of data, which adds value to them: allowing other researchers access to your data opens up possibilities for new readings, new interpretations, and new discoveries."

  • "Data should be made openly available with as few restrictions as possible in a timely and responsible manner that does not harm intellectual property."

  • "Researchers are to maximise the availability of data with as few restrictions as possible."

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