Data vs Dementia

Maxine Mackintosh on early intervention to prevent cognitive decline and the One HealthTech community.

 

Will Timesaving Taxiing at Airports Take Off

Fewer delays, fewer emissions, lower fuel costs, less noise.

 

£14 million Helps UK Catalysis Hub React to Key Scientific Challenges

The investment supporting a nationwide research programme

 

SES Open

Harnessing FAIR Data

What is SES?

The Science and Engineering South Consortium brings together the universities of Oxford, Southampton, King’s College London, Queen Mary University of London, University College London and Imperial College London, creating the most powerful hub of research-intensive universities in the UK. Our members invest in high quality science, essential for the sustained development of world-leading research that makes a positive difference to the UK economy, our wellbeing and to the world around us.

Knowledge Sharing

Whether we’re supporting researchers to effectively manage their data, providing opportunity to network or creating transparency in equipment sharing, SES is improving standards for you through the spread of knowledge.

Compute

SES institutions have access to regional, national and international supercomputing systems. In addition to the SES Tier-2 HPC systems, HPC-UK provides information on national HPC facilities, access and training.

Research Data

We’re focussed on supporting and furthering all aspects of the research data cycle, from data curation and management to transfer and storage. To find out more, visit our training and Research Data Transfer Zone pages.

 

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Vicky Butt on gene sequencing, women in tech and getting out there. Vicky Butt is a Bioinformatics and Data Science PhD Researcher at King's College London. She is currently investigating antimicrobial resistance and developing a risk score method from sequenced metagenomes. She is the founder of Researc/hers Code, a community showcasing the talents of women and individuals of diverse backgrounds working on computational research. Previously, she was president for King's College London at the Innovation Forum. So, you work in computational genomics. Can you tell us about the field and your research? Computational genomics is using computer science to understand more...

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£14 million Helps UK Catalysis Hub React to Key Scientific Challenges

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A new £14 million investment into the UK’s Catalysis Hub (launched in 2013) that will support a nationwide research programme was announced yesterday by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). Centred at the Research Complex at the Harwell campus in Oxfordshire, the Hub will co-ordinate a collaborative research program across the UK. The Hub's collaborating partners include SES members the universities of Cambridge, Oxford, Southampton, Queen Mary University of London, UCL and Imperial College London. The University of Bath, Cardiff University, and The University of Manchester will lead three of the Hub's themes, with 25 universities directly involved in projects...

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SES Open: Harnessing FAIR Data

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Open Science is a contemporary and relevant theme across the UK research landscape. This year we're hosting a series of exciting events that directly engage with the practice of opening up science. From opening up the discussion on  representation of women and people of diverse backgrounds in research, to providing a forum for debate on the opportunities and struggles in mining or storing data, we invite scientists, staff, students, policymakers, scholars and stakeholders in science and education to join us. Harnessing FAIR Data focused on researchers who employ or are seeking to use data in their work. FAIR is a set...

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“producing high quality science results”. The Materials and Molecular Modelling Hub one year on: ucl.ac.uk/isd/news/2018/… @uclrits @tyc_london

£14 million Helps UK Catalysis Hub React to Key Scientific Challenges buff.ly/2EbVFXR @UKCatalysisHub @EPSRC @UCLChemistry @ChemCambridge @impchemistry @OxfordChemistry twitter.com/EPSRC/status/1…

From better airports to dementia research & 5G networks. The SES newsletter is out now, featuring exciting work from @QMULSEMS @kclinformatics & @Maxi_Macki from @uclstudyhi, plus talks from Harnessing FAIR Data: buff.ly/2Pbfnnw @eResearch_UCL @QMLibrary

test Twitter Media - From better airports to dementia research & 5G networks. The SES newsletter is out now, featuring exciting work from @QMULSEMS @kclinformatics & @Maxi_Macki from @uclstudyhi, plus talks from Harnessing FAIR Data: https://t.co/jv9LQdEDiv  @eResearch_UCL @QMLibrary https://t.co/PHwMjl9uWI
test Twitter Media - From better airports to dementia research & 5G networks. The SES newsletter is out now, featuring exciting work from @QMULSEMS @kclinformatics & @Maxi_Macki from @uclstudyhi, plus talks from Harnessing FAIR Data: https://t.co/jv9LQdEDiv  @eResearch_UCL @QMLibrary https://t.co/PHwMjl9uWI
test Twitter Media - From better airports to dementia research & 5G networks. The SES newsletter is out now, featuring exciting work from @QMULSEMS @kclinformatics & @Maxi_Macki from @uclstudyhi, plus talks from Harnessing FAIR Data: https://t.co/jv9LQdEDiv  @eResearch_UCL @QMLibrary https://t.co/PHwMjl9uWI

Fewer delays, fewer emissions, lower fuel costs, less noise - Will time-saving taxiing at airports take off? We spoke to the TRANSIT team at @QMULSEMS who are working with @AirFranceKLM & others to solve the air congestion question: buff.ly/2xRKMnU

test Twitter Media - Fewer delays, fewer emissions, lower fuel costs, less noise - Will time-saving taxiing at airports take off? We spoke to the TRANSIT team at @QMULSEMS who are working with @AirFranceKLM & others to solve the air congestion question: https://t.co/ULNFU0M0V4 https://t.co/aLSCIBZIko
test Twitter Media - Fewer delays, fewer emissions, lower fuel costs, less noise - Will time-saving taxiing at airports take off? We spoke to the TRANSIT team at @QMULSEMS who are working with @AirFranceKLM & others to solve the air congestion question: https://t.co/ULNFU0M0V4 https://t.co/aLSCIBZIko
test Twitter Media - Fewer delays, fewer emissions, lower fuel costs, less noise - Will time-saving taxiing at airports take off? We spoke to the TRANSIT team at @QMULSEMS who are working with @AirFranceKLM & others to solve the air congestion question: https://t.co/ULNFU0M0V4 https://t.co/aLSCIBZIko

Data vs. Dementia - we had the chance to speak to Maxine Mackintosh (@Maxi_Macki), co-founder of @oht_Uk, about the importance of early intervention to prevent cognitive decline and One HealthTech Uk. buff.ly/2N6xvlA #dementia #data #digitalhealth @uclstudyhi

test Twitter Media - Data vs. Dementia - we had the chance to speak to Maxine Mackintosh (@Maxi_Macki), co-founder of @oht_Uk, about the importance of early intervention to prevent cognitive decline and One HealthTech Uk. https://t.co/2rCHyePNHq #dementia #data #digitalhealth @uclstudyhi https://t.co/MOix5kk4uk

Thanks for coming to speak Romain and a great poster! twitter.com/RomainGroup/st…

David Hartland giving us some personal insight into the @Jisc Fair in Practice Report #SESOpen

test Twitter Media - David Hartland giving us some personal insight into the @Jisc Fair in Practice Report #SESOpen https://t.co/t9rltHNioA

Thanks Bill Spence for coming along to chair Harnessing Fair Data today at @qmul #SESOpen @eResearch_UCL @QMLibrary

test Twitter Media - Thanks Bill Spence for coming along to chair Harnessing Fair Data today at @qmul #SESOpen @eResearch_UCL @QMLibrary https://t.co/eo9EYM5myc

We still have space left for Harnessing FAIR Data on Monday, with @QMLibrary and @eResearch_UCL. For the full programme or to join us, visit: buff.ly/2LrQORt