“Hypotheses come and go, but data remain”

To ensure that SITES data will remain and be easy accessible, a workshop focusing on the structure and harmonization of data products within SITES was successfully held last week.

SITES works towards the principles of FAIR data (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable). The SITES Data Portal ( is a powerful data service facilitating to fulfill these criteria. An important topic on the workshop was to achieve common standard of the structured information describing datasets (metadata). In the evolving ecosystem of research data services, this is the key element to seamlessly exchange information. SITES portal will start get populated later this year.    
Reference headline: Advice for a Young Investigator, 1898, Santiago Ramón y Cajal. Nobel prize laureate.




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