In September the Dutch Data Prize 2014 will be awarded: a prize for a researcher or research group which contributes especially to scholarship by making available research data for additional or new research.
There is a prize for the humanities and social sciences and a prize for the (technical) sciences. The winners receive €7.500 to make the dataset (more) accessible, and a dinner party for the whole research group.
Are you or do you know a researcher who stands out for sharing data? Until 1 July you can nominate yourself or someone else.
The Dutch Data Prize is organised by Research Data Netherlands, a collaboration of 3TU.Datacentrum and Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS).