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Using their home computers, citizen scientists can help discover if England’s wettest winter in at least 250 years caused by climate change
Digital Days offer an opportunity to find out more about how innovative digital technologies can help advance your research. Come along and find out more about how these technologies can work for you.
The Centre is playing a key role in a new project looking at how advanced computing can alter the way that music historians, music theorists, and music psychologists approach their research
The e-Research Centre has been award a JISC Digging Into Data Grant for a project with the University of Utah using advanced visual analytics to examine 18th century texts
The CRISP (Cluster of Research Infrastructures and Synergies in Physics) is covered as part of an article in THE
Presentations from Digital Day 2013 are now available to view, with contributors from Bodleian Library, Oxford Internet Institute, ClimatePrediction.net and IT Services
'An Advanced Distributed Computing Approach to High-Resolution Climate Modelling', in which the Centre is a collaborator wins a prize in the Enlighten your Research Global competition
Work starts this week on the next phase of development for what will soon be the world’s largest and most sensitive radio telescope, the Square Kilometre Array
Ramon Granell, David Wallom and Colin Axon have won best poster prize at the 9th International Conference on Machine Learning and Data Mining in New York, USA (19-25 July).