Data Data: read all about it
The summer has been a data-focussed period at SES. We saw the beginning of our Data Dialogue Series in Cambridge, with researchers attending from across all SES universities and the UK. Scroll down to see what happened and watch the event video, and don't forget to read about the day on the Unlocking Data blog from Cambridge Libraries. We'd like to thank all who attended the event and brought along such enthusiasm towards sharing knowledge in a cross-disciplinary environment.
If you'd like a more personal review of the day, make sure to read visiting PhD student Stijn Michielse and research fellow Dr. Kirstie Whitaker's reviews on the website.
We'd love to see you at part two of this trilogy of events on September 29th at Jesus College Oxford. Co-hosted with The University of Oxford and University College London, When Research Crosses Borders deals with data in an increasingly globalised world, where research is reaching beyond geographical borders, raising questions on the methods, laws, and possibilities in moving or sharing data internationally. Visit the website to see in-depth speaker bios and a full event summary. It's free for all and we hope you'll stay back for our networking reception.