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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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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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Preprints mean peer review can be reimagined as it should always have been - Stuart King

"Peer review, a cornerstone of scholarly communications, is often acknowledged as a vital yet flawed process in academia. Among its well-known limitations—sluggishness, wastefulness,…

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Who gets credit? Fair attribution and publishing for technicians at the University of Cambridge - Lucy Woolhouse (Speaker), Frankie Marsh

"Technicians have long been an underserved community within research, with limited opportunities for career development and a lack of acknowledgement for the vital role they play. The…

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The Madness of Metrics and Possibilities of Pause in Open Research - Marisa De Andrade

In July 2022, Marisa de Andrade wrote (what she thought was) an important book about knowledge (in)justice in the academy and in the world. Public Health, Humanities and Magical Realism: A…

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SACHA '23 - Roberston Group: Group 4 Proposal

On 26 April 2023, four #EdChangeAgent​ teams presented their final proposals to their host organisation, Robertson Group. Each team screened a short video capturing their proposal for the challenge:…

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Improving Research Culture and Integrity Through Open Science - Will Cawthorn (Keynote)

Join Will Cawthorn for the closing keynote as he explores tangible ways to cultivate a healthy research culture using the tools provided by Open Scientific practices.

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Damien Stehlé - Introduction to Lattice-based Cryptography (Pt 1)

Subtitles will be added at a later date. 25 July 2022 Foundations and Applications of Lattice-based Cryptography Damien Stehlé, ENS Lyon Introduction to Lattice-based Cryptography (Pt 1)

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

Keynote presentation

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The Edinburgh Open Research Roadmap - Dominic Tate

The Edinburgh Open Research Roadmap will steer the university towards embedding Open Research as the “new normal”.

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EDR week 2 indicators, metrics, rating and ranking 2021 Part 1

Engaging with Digital Reearch, DSTI

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EDR week 2 2022 Indicators Part 2 with Video

EDR Week 2

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Stein-Based Preconditioners for Weak-Constraint 4D-Var - Davide Palitta

Recent Advances in Numerical Linear Algebra for PDEs, Optimisation, and Data Assimilation Stein-Based Preconditioners for Weak-Constraint 4D-Var Davide Palitta (Alma Mater Studorium,…

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Regularisation by Inexact Krylov Methods - Silvia Gazzola

Recent Advances in Numerical Linear Algebra for PDEs, Optimisation, and Data Assimilation Regularisation by Inexact Krylov Methods Silvia Gazzola (University of Bath)

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Waves in Complex Continua (Wavinar) - Timo Betcke (University College London)

Subtitles will appear soon. 05 April 2022 Timo Betcke (University College London) Bempp - What's next?

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