The list recognises individuals, organisations and foundations that are mobilising, researching, innovating and funding the path to a brighter future for the world.
This keynote will inform and inspire CW22 participants of the importance and motivations for code review in research, such as increasing transparency, trust, and reproducibility of research software.
The UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science has been unanimously adopted by its member states in November 2021. The Recommendation includes the recognition of the role of software, source code and software infrastructure as key parts of Open Science.
Collaborations Workshop 2022 (CW22) will take place online from Monday 4 - Thursday 7 April 2022 and registration is now open.
Do you develop software for academic research as part of your work? Take part in the international Research Software Engineer (RSE) survey and help us understand the RSE community and how best to support it.
There is a job opportunity in the University of Bristol's School of Psychological Science for the Head of the UK Reproducibility Network Open Research Programme.
Are you involved in a project that falls within the Economics and Social Research Council (ESRC) remit? Are you an early-career or junior researcher (PhD student)? Reach out and have your voice heard! 
During our Research Software Camp: Beyond the Spreadsheet we've looked at the uses of spreadsheets in research and the next steps into further use of software. 
The Software Sustainability Institute and LSST:UK are jointly delivering a workshop to pilot the new course on Intermediate Python Software Skills for the members of the LSST:UK community from 6 - 10 December 2021.
The ReproHack Core team in collaboration with the N8 CIR would love to invite you to celebrate with them on November 18 2021 the launch of our ReproHack Hub.