Looking beyond SES members’ excellent performance in REF 2021 to their case studies reveals the positive impact their research is having. Here are some examples.
This year is the tenth anniversary of the Research Software Engineers’ community. It’s a milestone for the group – but also a huge milestone for the UK research environment.
When research technology professionals work with your team it makes for ‘happy researchers’ delegates at a SES event heard last month.
The University of Southampton has set out 14 goals to help level up Britain by improving social mobility and tackling inequality of opportunity.
Quality-related research funding has been described by the Russell Group of universities as “the invisible force holding up the UK’s research ecosystem”.
Heath conditions such as diabetes may have a massive impact on an individual, but their prevalence also reflects inequalities in society.
Celebrating the collective successes of Science and Engineering South member universities in the UK Knowledge Exchange Framework
SES worked with Jisc and Diamond Light Source (Diamond) to establish a coherent framework that will significantly increase the end-to-end data speeds between SES partners and Diamond.
Six researchers from SES institutions are among 12 DAFNI champions who will get early access to the £8m infrastructure modelling and visualisation platform.
Researchers across the Science and Engineering South Consortium (SES) are to share the benefits of a £30 million investment in advanced supercomputing services.
A whole array of game-changing, life-shaping technologies, from long-distance telecommunications to laser surgery, have a key component in common: fibre optics that carry pulses of light to their destination at incredible speed.
Professor Roxana Carare on how the build-up of plaque in the brain could be the key to Alzheimer’s research