We had a great time at Repository Fringe 15. Our participation was inspired by this year’s theme: “Integrating Repositories in the wider context of university, funder and external services.”
Rory Macneil delivered a presentation describing how we’ve worked with researchers, IT managers and research data managers to integrate RSpace into the Edinburgh RDM infrastructure.
Using the example of the integration between RSpace and Edinburgh DataShare, our poster explained how electronic lab notebooks galvanise usage of data repositories.
Richard Adams demoed RSpace to a packed hall on the final afternoon.
Met lots of interesting people and great discussion around how institutional repositories are evolving!
After the conference Rory wrote a blog post with some follow up thoughts on 5 Positive Parallels between Data Repositories and Electronic Lab Notebooks.
July 4, 2022A new website for a new era of Research Space!
Research Space has grow a lot in the last few years and we wanted to ensure our values and enthusiasm are reflected in how we present ourselves to the world. That's why we decided it was time for a major refresh with a brand new website!Read more
June 20, 2022Supporting Fair Data with tool integrations: DMPTool – RSpace
We have partnered with DMPTool, a free, open source tool used to create data management plans that meet institutional and funder requirements.Read more
May 24, 2022Partnering with Clustermarket – Technical integration (Coming early 2022)
We have partnered with Clustermarket to provide our users access to a premium equipment management system and offer barrier-free movement between RSpace and Clustermarket.Read more