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Mobile App Oils the Wheels of Apprenticeships
MDS App to enter Uncharted Territories
Mobile Development Service Making Remote Working Standard
In this article, Adrian Harwood from the Mobile Development Service (MDS) discusses how the established way of working in MDS has meant that campus closure has had a minimal effect on their ability to deliver a quality service for University researchers.
Happy Birthday MDS!
Launched on 1st April 2019, the Mobile Development Service from Research IT is now one-year-old. It has proven to be a very popular addition to the Research IT catalogue over the last twelve months. The service has contributed to research projects across all 3 faculties, delivering 9 apps to date with 8 more in development or planned for the remainder of 2020. In this article we look at some of the what we think are the best features we have delivered to developer.
Using Mobile Games to Test Hypotheses in Biological Timing
The Brighter Time mobile app, developed by the Research IT Mobile Development Service (MDS) featured as part of the University’s contribution to British Science Week this year. Find out more about how we helped researchers from the Centre For Biological Timing showcase their research.
Including Research IT in your Grant Applications
Did you know that the correct costs for Research IT services have to be included in your research grant application before you submit? These services and costs are highly dependent on the nature of your research so it’s important that you get them right. Come along to our Research IT Costing Clinic on the 12th of December to find out more.
Costing Mobile App Development
Mobile Development Service Celebrates First App
The Research IT Mobile Development Service (MDS) enjoyed a popular launch back in April 2019 with 6 requests for services received in the first month alone. One project was commissioned immediately, and we are proud to announce it as the first app from the new MDS to roll off the production line. Ahead of schedule, it officially moves into production for release through the Google Play store and the Apple App Store by the end of the month.
Introducing our New Mobile App Development Service
There was a bumper turn out at the April Research IT club which focused on our new mobile applications development service. There were many new faces and a lot of questions about how the service will run, how the collected data will be stored etc. If you were unable to make the club you can catch up now on the presentations at the links below.
Want to use mobile apps in your research?
Come along to the Research IT club on the 4th of April to find out more about our new mobile application development service. If you want to use mobile apps in your research or are interested in having an app developed as part of a research grant application, then this is the Research IT Club for you!