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Changes to Research Data Storage
From the 6th of February 2019 the way in which Research Data Storage (RDS) is provisioned and charged for is changing. It’s important that all researchers and, in particular, Project PIs are aware of this change.
Introducing the Research Data Gateway
The Research Data Gateway is a new service to increase the visibility of research data that you have shared. Most research funders, and an increasing number of journals, require researchers to share the data which underlies papers and this service will help you gain the maximum impact from doing this.
Data Management Plans are moving online
The Library have introduced a new institutional data management planning tool which will help researchers to manage their data management plans (DMPs) in a new and streamlined way.
Research Data Management Workshops
Research involves generating, receiving, collecting and managing data in many forms, ranging from measurements and models to patient records and images. Managing data can be complex, but a little planning at the beginning can help you save time, increase your impact and work more effectively and efficiently.
Research IT Club Feb - speakers announced
The next Research IT club will take place on the 21st Feb and will feature updates from our research infrastructure and software engineering teams. Our two feature presentations will look at how Research IT helped to improve the treatment of cancer patients in early clinical trials and the introduction of a new service to make research data sharing easier.
Research IT Club November Presentations Online
Thank you to everyone who came along to the latest Research IT Club and especially those who took the opportunity to ask questions! The presentations are now available from the links below.
New Policy - Research Data Storage on Local Devices & Platforms
A new policy has been announced on Research Data Storage which affects all researchers. The University very strongly discourages the use of local storage devices (e.g. USB disks) and "in-house" data storage platforms (e.g. local NAS servers), otherwise known as “point storage solutions”.