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Software Sustainability Institute blog post

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Collating Ogoneks

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No, this isn’t one of Captain Haddock’s expletives, uttered after drinking...Read More »


Research Software Survey Results

There were 29 responses to the Research Software survey run...Read More »


Research Software Survey

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Following the Research Data Management survey during the summer, we would...Read More »


1st conference of Research Software Engineers

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Update: Slides from many of the talks are now available via...Read More »


Research Data Management Survey Results: Software

As previously reported, over the summer we conducted a survey...Read More »


Research Computing Network Launch

Research Computing Network Launch Poster

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Research Computing Network Launch

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The Library is hosting a launch event for the St Andrews...Read More »


First Research Software Engineers Conference

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Research Computing Network Update

Technologies in use by members...Read More »

Software for Research - SSI Open Call

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Do you write software for research? If so, get in...Read More »


British Library Labs Roadshow

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The British Library...Read More »


Digital Collections revamped

Some of...Read More »

Do you write software for research?

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Survey on database use by researchers

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Sharing Equipment Data

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The EPSRC-funded

In May 2015 the Research Computing Team joined the Library from...Read More »


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