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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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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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Library Bitesize: Using PRISMA ​ for reporting your systematic review search methods

This recorded Library Bitesize will introduce the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) statement and its extensions for use in transparent reporting of…

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2024 DRS LUNCHTIME SEMINARS - S1 - Research Data Support

Here you will hear Simon Smith from Research Data Support Services providing tips and tricks on Data Management Planning.

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Why do we need to cite sources?

One of the things which students often find difficult is figuring out how to cite sources in their work. In this short video, we will consider some basic questions and give some guidance. Hopefully…

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Open science hardware for realising globally equitable knowledge production - Pen Yuan Hsing (Speaker), Brianna Johns

Join Pen Yuan Hsing (speaker) and Brianna Johns as they introduce us to Open Science Hardware, and the problems it solves. They offer successful examples of open science hardware projects that serve…

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Creating a university wide resource for study design open science and data analysis (Lightning Talk) - Crispin Jordan

Join Crispin Jordan for his lightning talk, where he presents the new (and exciting) proposal for a broad scope, University wide centralised resource for training and best practice in study design,…

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Applying intelligent open science to combat future pandemics - Lucia Loffreda, Eleanor Cox, Rob Johnson

Join Lucia Loffreda (speaker), Eleanor Cox (speaker), and Rob Johnson as they present five key lessons that can be learnt to enable preparedness for future pandemics, and Open Research/Open Science…

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Open Science in the wild (a view from the UCL Office for Open Science & Scholarship) - Kirsty Wallis (Keynote)

Join Kirsty Wallis (she/her), Head of Research Liaison at UCL, as she uses real-world case studies to explore where and how open research can address global challenges and make a difference in the…

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tidyqpcr - Sam Haynes

Software is intended to be a tool used to complete tasks efficiently. However, the intent is not always matched by the execution as users may become frustrated with design idiosyncrasies or…

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Open Research, Research Culture and Research Integrity - Malcolm McLeod

How Research Integrity, Research Culture, and Open Research overlap and interact

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Prof Christina Boswell interview for Open Research newsletter

Pauline Ward interviews Professor Christina Boswell, recently appointed to be the new Vice-Principal Research and Enterprise, for the university's Open Research Newsletter (recorded 7 March…

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Translational research case study CMVM - Fraser

This interview features a real-life account of a researcher’s journey, based here at the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning…

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Professor Jenni Quint on phenotyping algorithms

Professor Jenni Quint explains the importance of phenotyping algorithms, and introduces the HDR UK phenotype library.

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Can we Trust Data-Driven Scientific Discoveries?

Genevera Allen discusses "Machine Learning & Scientific Reproducibility: Can we Trust Data-Driven Scientific Discoveries?" As more and more scientific domains are collecting vast…

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IDS - Week 01 - 05 - Meet the toolkit: Programming

Introduction to the programming toolkit of the course: R RStudio tidyverse R Markdown

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