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A new organisation bridging the gap between scientific research and industry, in which the e-Research Centre is a prtner, has now been officially launched by DEFRA Minister Rory Stewart.
Work started during the CloudWatch project by the Centre's Prof David Wallom and Dr Neil Caithness has been highlighted at a workshop in Brussels...
Professor David De Roure will be presenting a short journey into music, mathematics and computation at the time of Lovelace and Babbage on 22nd January 2016
Ed Vaizey, Minister of State for Culture and the Digital Economy, has confirmed the creation of a new interdisciplinary Research Hub to drive forward UK research in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Oxford University scientists to research IBM’s microservers with Compute in Natural Environments and Computational Musicology
Mathematician Ada Lovelace was celebrated and discussed at special symposium last week marking the bicentennial of her birth on 10th December 1815.
Professor David Wallom will be highlighting the need for Supply Chain Transparency through the International Forest Risk Model project alongside the COP21 conference in Paris
Oxford e-Research Centre and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers hosted a special talk from F1 aerodynamicist Willem Toet at the University's
Ada Lovelace's 200th anniversary was marked last night with a successful performance of "Ada Sketches" by composer Emily Howard
The Software Sustainability Institute receives £3.5m funding to continue its valuable support for the UK's research software community.