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Leaving trading to the computers

15 April 2015

Over one third of uk equity trading volume being generated through high-speed computer-automated trading, with little to no human involvement. The issue and foresight report is being highlighted in an...

Trusting our data to online services

08 April 2015

The visualisation and other methods of expression project, part of the esrc-supported ensuring privacy and consent programme, has designed a set of design principles to help online service providers r...

Putting toilets on the map with open data

08 April 2015

The great british public toilet map has been developed as part of an esrc-funded research project tackling ageing continence through theory tools and technology (tact3), automatically tracking council...

Global summit for retail and researchers

18 February 2015

The acs global summit, supported by the esrc, has provided the opportunity to encourage debate and knowledge exchange between leading practitioners and social scientists within the retail sector

The rise of digital Bournemouth

09 February 2015

The rise of digital bournemouth, now confirmed in a new nation-wide report, was predicted in an esrc-funded feasibility study

Connecting with voters through social media

15 July 2014

Despite the focus on how social media can mobilise voters. Research shows that more traditional face-to-face and phone techniques remain much more powerful in getting voters to the polls

Enter the world of datasets

19 September 2013

The esrc research catalogue is being expanded with over 900 datasets, downloaded from the economic and social data service and uk data archive - encouraging the use and reuse of data funded by esrc

The nature of web trolls

01 August 2013

Online 'trolls' who abuse people are motivated by boredom as well as feelings of power, amusement and revenge, new findings show. Research by dr claire hardaker at the esrc cass centre explores the mo...

Mashing maps for society

31 July 2013

Maptube, a website for mashing maps developed as part of the e-social science programme, has been a huge success with over 10,000 registered users - bringing geospatial data to the public

British Sign Language - on the record

20 June 2013

The british sign language corpus project has collected the first recorded 'corpus' of bsl and is expected to lead to improved services for deaf people. The project includes online video recordings of...

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