The Language Archive at the Max Planck Institute in Nijmegen provides a unique record of how people around the world use language in everyday life. It focuses on collecting spoken and signed language materials in audio and video form along with transcriptions, analyses, annotations and other types of relevant material (e.g. photos, accompanying notes).
The MPI for Psycholinguistics Archive contains research data from the various (current and former) departments and research groups within the Max Planck Institute for Pyscholinguistics in Nijmegen. It includes data resulting from neurobiological studies, genetics studies, and behavioural studies.