Support needed for Research Software sustainability in the Galleries/Libraries/Archives/Museums (GLAM) sector.
Colin Sauze, Eirini Zormpa, and Patricia Herterich reflect on the organisation of the first ever Coding Confessions panel at the SeptembRSE conference.
As part of our 10 year anniversary series, SSI Fellows Patricia Herterich and Sarah Gibson highlight 10 podcasts that cover software and open research related issues that you might want to add to your playlists.
On July 8th, the Riot Science Club, the Crick Institute and ReproducibiliTea hosted a panel discussion on “The cost of correcting bad science”. Institute Fellow Patricia Herterich was invited to speak about the HiddenREF, an initiative to shine a light on and celebrate all kinds of research outputs.
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By Emily Bell, Radu Gheorghiu, Patricia Herterich, Daniel Hobley, and Sarah Stewart, British Library This post is part of the CW19 speed blog posts series. All attendees of the Software Sustainability Institute Collaboration Workshop 2019 are users or developers of research software, but may not recognise that the production and use of research software demands effective curation and attention to the metadata. We spent a breakout session thinking about where the community is in terms of effective curation of software and its metadata, what the problems still are, and where we can see…