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Changes to the University LabVIEW License
Promoting Open Research
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Do Birds of a Feather Flock Together?
Our Mobile Development Service (MDS) was recently approached by Dr Jonny Huck from the School of Environment, Education and Development, to develop a mobile app to collect data related to the movement and gathering patterns (or otherwise) of people in various areas of Chile to see if those sharing the same country of origin tended to visit and/or congregate in groups.
New Research Database Service Launched
New Version of REDCap Launched
Compute Resources Available for Student Projects
Research IT Infrastructure Engineer Appointed N8 CIR Theme Lead
Mathcad Licence Update - Mathcad users act now!
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Azure Skies Ahead for MDS Testing
Testing mobile apps is challenging. When released via the app stores an app can potentially be downloaded onto numerous different sizes, makes and models of phones which run either Android or iOS with different operating system versions. Automated testing on the cloud provides affordable access to a large subset of these devices. Read about how our Mobile Development Service (MDS) makes use of Microsoft’s mobile testing platform on Azure, to ensure quality apps are released to the stores.
Subcellular Visualisation on the Web with Shiny
Our pilot Shiny app hosting service is allowing University researchers to showcase their research in exciting and interactive new ways. In this blog post, we show how Jo Watson, from the School of Biological Sciences, used it to publish an app accompanying her recent paper on subcellular visualisation.