News & Comment
'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).
The Poem Viewer, a web-based tool enabling users to explore and analyse poetry - part of a joint project with the University of Utah - has been featured in the latest issue of JISC's Inform magazine.
The SelUCCR Summer School describes the national and international e-infrastructure landscape and provides researchers with the tools and expertise needed to fully exploit a vast range of resources.
The most powerful cluster of research intensive universities in the UK are joining forces to form a new consortium to become one of the world's leading hubs for science and engineering research.
The Artemidorus Papyrus has been - on and off - in the news' spotlight for about 6 years now. The reason for this is that a controversy has emerged amongst scholars as to its authenticity.
Oxford e-Research Centre member Susanna-Assunta Sansone has been appointed Honorary Academic Editor of Scientific Data, a new open-access, online-only platform launched by Nature Publishing Group
The Oxford e-Research Centre was pleased to welcome Professor Christine Borgman, to present a seminar on Tuesday 12 March 2013, as part of our Hilary 2013 seminar series to which all are welcome.