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The Institute’s work is regularly featured in the press.

Media enquiries should be directed to Selina Aragon (+44 (0) 131 651 7749).

Working scientist podcast: Love science, loathe coding? Research software engineers to the rescue” Nature careers podcast 17 April 2019

A wayback machine for source code” Undark 5 February 2018

Interview: Toni Collis on Improving Diversity at SC17” Inside HPC 1 August 2017

Of more than academic interest” The Economist 23 March 2016

"EPSRC in Numbers." EPSRC Pioneer, 15, Summer 2015.

Hettrick, Simon. "Why we need to create careers for research software engineers." Scientific Computing World, 11 November 2015.

"Oath market", The Economist, 6th February 2015.

Tessella. "Better software delivers better science.", Physics World, 4th February 2015.

"Campus close-up." Times Higher Education, 22nd January 2015.

Purcell, Andrew. "Survey finds research software is vital for most academic work." iSGTW, 14th January 2015.

Pearson, Jordan. "How Bad Software Leads to Bad Science." Motherboard, 4th December 2014.

Hettrick, Simon. "Speak up for software." Research Fortnight, 29th October 2014.

Smith, Adam. "Engineering a future for research software and its makers." Research Fortnight, 23rd July 2014.

Hettrick, Simon. "What's wrong with Britain's computer scientists?" The Register, 25th November 2013.

Parr, Chris. "Save your work – give software engineers a career track." Times Higher Education, 15th August 2013.

Chue Hong, Neil. "Cough up money for software or fall behind in science ranks." The Conversation, 14th June 2013.

Hay, Alexander. "Bits and Bugs - Making the most of Technology in Entomology." Antenna, Summer 2013 Volume 37 (3), pp. 111-115.

Chue Hong, Neil. "Software: the hidden infrastructure behind the world's largest scientific facilities." Innovation Into Success - The Quarterly Journal of UKSPA, Spring 2013 Issue no. 31, pp. 28-29.

Computational science: ...error” Nature 13 October 2010