Congratulations to Esmeralda Bon, one of our #DataimpactFellows, who tells us about being awarded the Michael Cowan Award at our School of Politics and International Relations, at the University of Nottingham.
Author: Neil Dymond-Green
One of our Data Impact Fellows, Aishah Selamat, was recently accepted onto the Science to Data Science bootcamp by S2DS. Here she discusses what the programme involves and what drew her to apply.
A round-up of some recent appearances in the news and across the web of data held in the UK Data Service collection… Can you imagine your future? In 1958, a huge, unique project began, following the lives of over 17,000 children born in one week. These people’s life stories have been revisited at age 7, […]
The potential of broadcast programming to reach millions of people holds obvious appeal to researchers looking to maximise the dissemination of their work. But when it comes to impact, having vast reach is just one part of the equation – how can the significance of broadcast research be determined?
A round-up of some recent appearances in the news and across the web of data held in the UK Data Service collection… On your bike? ET Autotimes reported on research done at the University of Cambridge using Google Street View to assess patterns in different modes of travel and compare them with information provided by […]
A report published this week by the Intergenerational Commission explores jobs and pay, housing, pensions and the role of the state in fairness across generations, using a wide range of data, much of which is available through the UK Data Service.
Our UK Data Service Data Impact Fellows are doing great work and being recognised for it. Find out about recent achievements by Aishah Selamat and Esmeralda Bon.