Five facts about Research Data Management from Elsevier

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Open science can benefit research and society and drive research performance. Did you know Elsevier publishes open access, as well as having an active involvement in Research Data Management (RDM)?
Here are five things you need to know.


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Fact 1: Elsevier’s Mendeley Data platform supports the entire lifecycle of research data

The 5 modules that make up Mendeley Data are specifically designed to utilize data to its fullest potential, simplifying and enhancing current way of working.

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Fact 2: Researchers own and control data Elsevier does not


Mendeley Data allows researchers to keep data private, or publish it under one of 16 open data licenses.

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Fact 3: Mendeley Data is an open system

It’s a flexible platform – modules are designed to be used together, as standalones, or combined with other RDM solutions.

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Fact 4: Mendeley Data can increase the exposure and impact of research

Mendeley Data search indexes over 10 million datasets from more than 35 repositories.

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Fact 5: Elsevier is an active participant in the open data community

Elsevier partners with the open data community, and is currently working on more than 20 projects globally.

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