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Study an MScR in Palaeontology and Geobiology

We are one of the leading centres of palaeontology and geobiology research in the UK and globally. Our MScR degree is the only such programme in palaeontology and geobiology in the UK. Find out…

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Research-led teaching in the MSc GeoEnergy

Our research is internationally renowned in the areas of carbon capture and storage, as well as negative emissions (also known as greenhouse gas removals). We are working within the UK and across the…

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From compliance to culture: How can we address the barriers that are preventing a culture of Open Research in relation to Open Monographs? - Tom Morley

With the introduction of UKRIs new policy on the 1st of January 2024 and the possibility of Open Access Monographs being mandated by REF2029, there is an increasing focus within the scholarly…

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Fostering training of research staff through Replicating Open Science Hardware MRI: A Southeast Asian Initiative - Tapas Kumar Mohanty

The Replicating Open Hardware Pulse Oximeter project in India, embodies the principles of open science and open hardware, aiming to address the scarcity of affordable scientific equipment hindering…

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Making iPSCs ‘FFAIR’ - Rachel Steeg

FAIR principles as applied to data are now well recognised as a pillar good science, but what about their application to cells? Since 2007, the use and broad adoption of induced pluripotent stem…

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Nurturing responsible data practices in creative industries R&D through applied ethics and open research practices - Nicola Osborne

Creative Informatics (2018-24) is a major £10m research project providing funding and support to enable individuals and organisations in the creative and cultural industries to explore how data…

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See one, do one, teach one: Teaching Open Research Skills for Data-Driven Innovation in Health and Social Care - Kasia Banas (Speaker)

With Brittany Blankinship, Sophie Marion de Proce, John Wilson As the Data-Driven Innovation Talent Team, we teach data and research skills to undergraduate, postgraduate and continuous…

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Humanities researchers’ perspectives towards scholarly communication practices - Dominic Hewett

To change research culture for the better, we need to understand researchers. Existing studies of the scholarly communication landscape in the humanities, especially in relation to open access, have…

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Lessons from Open Science across European Universities: policies, practices, and future directions - William Cawthorn

Open Science, which encompasses all scholarly disciplines, is increasingly recognised as a core feature of academic practice: it has the potential to improve the accessibility and integrity of…

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Stealing the Master's Tools - Sohail Jannesari (Speaker), Ricardo Twumasi, Clare Camp, Ruth Murphy

In an attempt to disrupt traditional paradigms of academic publishing, a decolonial initiative was forged between a group of health inequalities researchers. We began ‘Stolen Tools’, a…

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From practice to policy: how open research is changing research culture in cultural heritage - Jill Dye, Andrea Cop

The role of the museum (to preserve, interpret and make accessible collections and heritage) means that open access, in the broadest sense, has always been part of our purpose. Organisational…

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Open Research & Research Cultures at Edinburgh - Alex Peden

Research cultures are built and maintained by the actions, interactions, behaviours and processes that we all encounter and perform while undertaking or supporting research. These cultures are felt…

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Using CRediT to promote responsible research - Nik Tahirah Nik Hussin & Veronica Cano

Research culture is a complex concept, which includes the way we evaluate, support and reward quality in research and how we recognise varied contributions to a research activity. In 2023, the…

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Slow but steady: data management training for students a key to research culture change, especially for humanities - Haley Eckel

"In June of 2022, the University of St Andrews implemented a new data management plan (DMP) requirement. Each PhD student would be required to submit a DMP at their first annual review, and…

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Using open research practises to celebrate Team Science - A technician's viewpoint - Lee Murphy

Open research practices are most often framed from an academic perspective. This talk will provide a viewpoint from a technician working within a core facility. It will reflect on some of the…

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EORC 2024 Plenary Panel: Enacting Research Culture Change

Join our four experts in research cultures as they consider the core question of the conference: how do we drive healthy and sustained culture change, and how does this apply in the case of Open…

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