The Software Sustainability Institute is a national facility for building better software. We help researchers to introduce software into their research or improve the software they already use.
We bring together experts from three universities and many different fields of expertise, including software development, project management, dissemination and outreach. The institute was founded in June 2010. We are funded by a five-year grant from the EPSRC, with additional support for software preservation studies from the JISC.
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