The ESRC and the British Academy have published a summary of a unique scoping workshop on sustainable prosperity co-hosted by the two organisations that took place on 20 February 2014.
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'Managing and Sharing Research Data: A Guide to Good Practice' is a new handbook authored by four experts from the UK Data Archive and UK Data Service, consolidating 20 years of expertise in storing, transferring and sharing data.
Changes are under way to the Research Outcomes System (ROS) meaning that there will be a freeze on all updates to ROS from 30 April until September 2014.
A group of research funders, including ESRC, have outlined the steps they will take to reduce the risk of anonymised individual research subjects in the UK being re-identified
EPSRC and ESRC held a workshop in November 2013 with the aim of bringing together a range of academics with an interest in re-distributed manufacturing to help understand the issues and explore the most suitable opportunities for RCUK involvement. The report is now available.
Chancellor George Osborne delivers his plans to support a 'resilient economy' that boosts economic security and aspiration. The ESRC-funded Institute of Fiscal Studies will be holding a briefing on Thursday, presenting analyses of the Chancellor's announcements.
The launch of the Trans-Atlantic Platform (T-AP) in Social Sciences and Humanities Research took place in March in Amsterdam, Netherlands. T-AP is a three-year initiative funded by the European Union and is a global first among 15 national humanities and social science research funding agencies, of which the ESRC and the Arts and Humanities Research Councils (AHRC) are members.
The winners of the ESRC photo competition 'Where do I belong?' were announced yesterday at The Strand Gallery in London. Winning and shortlisted entries are exhibited at the gallery 18-23 March.
The ESRC is pleased to announce that funding totalling £1.4 million has been awarded to the RCUK Digital Economy Hubs, dot.rural (University of Aberdeen), SiDE (University of Newcastle) and Horizon (University of Nottingham) to build on and/or enhance work they have been carrying out which is closely aligned with the ESRC’s social media agenda, as well as to conduct complementary activities which will contribute to the development of infrastructure for research using social media data.
The UK Research Office (UKRO) will mark 30 years of effective UK engagement in EU research at a high-level reception event in Brussels today. UKRO is the European office of the UK Research Councils and during the last three decades UKRO has worked closely with them to support engagement in EU activities.