Software and research: the Institute's Blog

Fellows Inaugural Meeting 2020

Latest version published on 20 February, 2020.

By Rachael Ainsworth, Software Sustainability Institute

It takes more than publications to recognise everyone in research

Latest version published on 19 February, 2020.

By Simon Hettrick, Deputy Director, Software Sustainability Institute

A version of this blog post was originally published on Research Professional News

RSE conference shines new light on ocean research software

Latest version published on 18 February, 2020.

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Attending the Research Software Engineers conference in B

Incentives and benefits of getting involved in teaching researchers

Latest version published on 17 February, 2020.

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By Aleksandra Nenadic, Training Lead, Software Sustainability Institute

A competition to recognise all research outputs: the hidden REF

Latest version published on 7 February, 2020.

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By Simon Hettrick, Deputy Director.

Journey or destination: Is software sustainability different in the humanities?

Latest version published on 6 February, 2020.

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It’s just software engineering?

Latest version published on 5 February, 2020.

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By Dr Marion Weinzierl, Research Software Engineer at Durham

Software design in just 20 questions

Latest version published on 20 January, 2020.

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By Steve Crouch

Reproducibility Hackathon Netherlands – the aftermath

Latest version published on 15 January, 2020.

By Linda Nab, Daniela Gawehns, Paloma Rojas Saunero, Ricarda Proppert, and Software Sustainability Institute Fellow Anna Krystalli​​​​​​​

Announcing the 2020 Software Sustainability Institute Fellows!

Latest version published on 10 January, 2020.

By Rachael Ainsworth, Software Sustainability Institute

Join us in welcoming the 18 new Software Sustainability Institute Fellows for 2020! We are very happy to have received around 60 applications this year from so many excellent candidates, and our new research software ambassadors represent some of the best people working in – and advocating for – better research software.