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Public Plans

Public plans are plans created using the DMP Tool service and shared publicly by their owners. They are not vetted for quality, completeness, or adherence to funder guidelines.

Plans (1334)

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Digital Curation Centre

Beyond decentralisation - Building local development capacity for collaborative, pro-poor planning and delivery of outcomes that matter

Chris McInerney, Non Partner Institution
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USDA-NIFA: National Institute of Food and Agriculture

Enhancing Stress Tolerance in Cereal Crops using Transgenerational Epigenetic Memory

Christopher Benson, Pennsylvania State University (
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NSF-SBE: Social, Behavioral, Economic Sciences

A Framework for Adaptive Sampling of Social Science Research Data Using the Twitter API: Understanding Social Media Communication During Crisis Events

Carl Stahmer, University of California, Davis
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Department of Energy (DOE): Office of Science

Data management for the Large Hadron Collider beauty experiment.

Cesar da Silva, Los Alamos National Laboratory (
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BCO-DMO NSF OCE: Biological and Chemical Oceanography

EAGER: High-throughput, culture-independent technique identifying cyanobacteria infections to improve understanding of carbon biogeochemical cycling

Sarah Preheim, Johns Hopkins University (
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NSF-BIO: Biological Sciences (2015- )

Profiling Chromatin Dynamics in Response to Pathogen Attack in Zea mays

Maxwell McReynolds, Iowa State University (
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Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

Female Gangs: A Focus on Research

Robert Carriaga, University of New Mexico (
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NIH-GEN: Generic

Examining the Impact of a Year-long RN-led Care Management Intervention

Kae Livsey, Western Carolina University (
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USDA - NIFA: National Institute of Food and Agriculture

Investigating the Genetic Diversity of Pantoea ananatis strains endemic to Georgia

Spencer Stumpf, University of Georgia (
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NSF-CISE: Computer and Information Science and Engineering

Understanding and Designing Social Media for Civil Engagement

Marie Campion, University College Dublin (