Esmeralda Bon, one of our #DataImpactFellows, reflects on how challenging – and essential – good data management is. Many of us work with heaps of data, belonging to different projects. Managing and analysing all this data requires a system. Ideally, in the world of good data management, our data files are fully annotated, complete […]
Category: Data Impact Fellows
Janet Bowstead, one of our Data Impact Fellows, discusses how networking opportunities, a vital part of developing research and impact communities, have been changed by Covid-19.
During Carers Week, Anne Alarilla, Fiona Grimm and Mai Stafford explored who was providing care during the second wave of the pandemic and why this is important.
Anne Alarilla is one of our #DataImpactFellows. We asked what impact means to her.
Janet Bowstead, one of our #DataImpactFellows, shares her thoughts on how the often-made distinction between “the science” and “the politics” is not as simple as it might appear and how decisions of scale are relevant to both.
Our #DataImpactFellows work in diverse areas, some of them combining more than one role. This gives them a great chance to explore the question “What does impact mean to me?” Here are David Kingman’s thoughts.
James Cockett, one of our #DataImpactFellows, discusses research he undertook with colleagues at the Institute for Employment Studies to investigate the impact of the introduction of the National Living Wage and its later upratings on employment retention and hours worked.
James Cockett, one of our #DataImpactFellows, asks “Is it time to create opportunity in every town and city and start turning the tide?”
Esmeralda Bon, one of our #DataImpactFellows, was inspired to write this blog post by a reflective piece she wrote for this British Academy report, as well as discussions with peers that took place at a workshop held at the Sir Bernard Crick Centre, University of Sheffield last year.
Christian Reynolds (one of our #DataImpactFellows) reflects on new data available in his research areas of food sustainability and waste, and how the Covid-19 crisis is changing how he will work going forward.