Jen Buckley introduces the judging panel for the UK Data Service 2020 Dissertation Award and updates us on a revised deadline for applying.
Neil Dymond-Green investigates the British Red Cross’ work on producing a Covid-19 Vulnerability Index and associated mapping.
Diarmuid McDonnell discusses how social scientists can access real-time datasets on the Covid-19 outbreak, and how this data might be used to inform policy relating to the crisis.
We’ve asked our #DataImpactFellows to write a post on the theme of ‘change’. Here, Bozena Wielgoszewska shares her guide to making the world a better place.
Stuart Mills continues his series on data policy theory, exploring data as a resource and how it is shared or traded.
We asked Sarah Knight, one of our original #DataImpactFellows, to share her thoughts on what being a Fellow meant for her.
Keith Cole has had a long and interesting career with the UK Data Service and its predecessors. He retires this month and we wanted to find out about that career and the contributions he’s made in the field.