Andrew Treloar of the Australian National Data service discusses the #dataimpact campaign which explored how data is making a difference in Australia and beyond.
Author: Neil Dymond-Green
A round-up from the news and across the web of the impact of data held in the UK Data Service collection… Always the renter, never the house owner? The Guardian reported on analysis by the Labour party of the English Housing Survey shows a huge increase in the number of people renting homes from private landlords who […]
In March 2018, during the local Spring break, Veerle Van Den Eynden and Louise Corti from the UK Data Service visited Kyrgyzstan to provide training on research data sharing. The main focus of their visit was to support creating a large collection of sensitive interviews, case studies and focus group discussions from the national Gender […]
To coincide with the new MCS time use diary and accelerometer data release, Centre for Longitudinal Studies Survey Manager, Dr Emily Gilbert discusses how the use of new technology has enabled us to gain new insights into the lives of the millennial generation.
A round-up from the news and across the web of the impact of data held in the UK Data Service collection…
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.
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.