NOTE: We will further update this information mid/end September
Storing your research data is important for several reasons. First of all, according to the Netherlands Code of Conduct for Scientific Practice (VSNU, part III), researchers are obliged to store their raw research data for at least ten years (no maximum period) for validation purposes. Secondly, journals or funders may require you to give open access to your research data or at least share your data with other researchers upon request (see Data Sharing).
The UT has a table with an Overview of the Data Storage at the UT avaliable.