The Swedish National Data Service (SND) has been awarded funding for an additional grant period, 2023–2026, from the Swedish Research Council’s call Grant for research infrastructure of national interest. Through the SND Research Data Catalogue, SLU researchers and environmental monitoring and assessment staff can publish data and find data published by others.
Swedish National Data service (SND) is a national research infrastructure for open access to research data. The SND Research Data Catalogue can be utilised by researchers and environmental monitoring and assessment staff at SLU for publishing data or to find data published by others.
SND has now received continued funding from the Swedish Research council. With this continued funding, SND have the opportunity to further develop its e-services and collaborations nationally and internationally.
SND is run and co-financed by a consortium of nine universities, in which SLU is a member and contributes with expertise in climate and environmental data. Nearly 40 higher education institutions and research organisations are part of the SND network. SND and the Swedish Research Council will now finalise the details of the funding.
For information about data management or to get help to publish data, SLU researchers and environmental monitoring and assessment staff are welcome to contact Data Management Support (DMS), a part of the SLU University Library. If you want information on how to publish data via the SND Research Data Catalogue, you can also find information on the library’s web.