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BHoM 22 - Tolulope Fadina

Subtitles will be added at a later date. Tuesday 04 October 2022 Black Heroes of Mathematics Conference 2022 Tolulope Fadina, University of Essex - How inclusive is the maths curriculum?

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Sustainability story 2 - Zarina Ahmad (week 5)

Zarina Ahmad, climate change communicator and PhD researcher at the University of Manchester, discusses her work and contribution to tackling the climate crisis. Here, she is speaking in 2021 and…

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On the Rational Bredon Cohomology of Equivariant Config Spaces - Qiaofeng Zhu

Classifying spaces in homotopy theory: in honour of Ran Levi's 60th BirthdayQiaofeng Zhu, Vassar CollegeThis recording is in the process being subtitled. This typically takes around two weeks.

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Research management in "Many Analysts" projects - Stefano Coretta

With the recent increase of large scientific collaborations in the form of "Many Analysts" projects, research project management has quickly moved from small/medium-scale coordination to…

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Collaborative learning of new information in older age: a systematic review - Kelly Wolfe

Introduction. Aging is accompanied by a multitude of changes in cognitive abilities such as processing speed and memory, which in turn affect learning. Learning collaboratively may benefit older…

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Not going to waste: preserving Scotland’s COVID-19 wastewater data - Livia Scorza & Andrew Millar

Particles of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the causative agent of the COVID-19 disease, can enter the sewage system through faeces of infected people. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has…

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The impact of Augmented Reality (AR) books on the reading engagement and comprehension of child readers. - Kawla Alhamad

Augmented Reality (AR) books offer new opportunities for interaction and engagement, and additional features provide potential to support children’s reading comprehension, yet there is…

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Depression Detectives - Iona Beange & Sophia Collins

Depression Detectives was a (pilot) online user-led citizen science project which ran between Feb-Sep 2021. It brought together people with lived experience of depression, and researchers who study…

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Open science in experimental autism research: a replication study of information transfer within and between autistic and non-autistic people, Crompton et al, 2022

Information sharing depends on successful communication. Because autism is clinically defined by social communication deficits, autistic people may be expected to be less effective at sharing…

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The Intersections between DORA, Open Research, and Equity - Stephen Curry

Keynote presentation

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Research Integrity: the view from the Research Office - Alan Campbell

When we talk about research integrity, what we’re talking about are the principles, ideas and behaviours that make up good research practice. It’s about defining what excellence in the…

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Open Research in the Classroom: A call for participants - Emma Wilson

Open research practices can benefit students, researchers, and the research community by improving the quality, transparency, and accessibility of research findings. Many groups such as the Edinburgh…

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The Benefits of an Open-Science Approach in Student Research Projects - Emma MacKenzie & Felicity Anderson

Student projects can sometimes be overlooked when considering open science methods. This is perhaps because of the limited time available to complete the project, a lack of confidence in their open…

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How does open research impact student outcomes? A Big Team Science review and evidence synthesis - Madeleine Pownall

In this talk, I will provide a summary of a large-scale review of how embedding open and reproducible scholarship may impact student outcomes across educational contexts. This project aimed to reduce…

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Introducing a Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training (FORRT) - Flavio Azevedo

The Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training (FORRT) addresses the underappreciated pedagogical aspect of open and reproducible science and its associated challenges, including a need…

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Open research in the making: or a call for co-creators - Eugénia Rodrigues

The assumption that research and science can be made open and accessible just by taking action from the inside has been shown to be erroneous for some time now. Regulatory and policy instruments to…

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