We’re pleased to announce the judges of the #ChangingPerceptionsChallenge, an exciting competition that encourages sixth form and college students to engage with data-driven research and think creatively about changing public perceptions of immigration and the economy.
Data Impact blog
Category: Data Impact Fellows
Bożena Wielgoszewska reflects on the importance of good communication in her collaboration on the Covid-19 Longitudinal Health and Wellbeing National Core Study.
The UK Data Service has recently launched the Changing Perceptions Challenge, a competition aimed at sixth form and college students. Ben Brindle explains where the idea came from and how students will benefit from taking part.
David Kingman from HM Treasury discusses how reading books on R and Python has helped him achieve more impact from his work as a data scientist.
Esmeralda Bon, one of our #DataImpactFellows, reflects on how challenging – and essential – good data management is.
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.