Policy

By Software Sustainability Institute Fellow Patricia Herterich
Photo credit: NBIC

By Joe Parker, Research Fellow, National Biofilms Innovation Centre

We are excited to announce that Dr. Andrew Stewart will be one of our two keynote speakers during Collaborations Workshop 2020 and will help attendees to think about the workshop theme of Open Research.

By Andrew Stewart, Software Sustainability Institute Fellow 

FAIR data has been on everybody’s lips for a while. Many think that FAIR software will become “the next big thing” in eScience. Reasons enough to devote a session at the National eScience Symposium to the discussion of FAIR and its meaning for research software.
By Frances Cooper, Software Sustainability Institute Fellow
By Rachael Ainsworth, Community Manager and Fellow of the Software Sustainability Institute

“The near-ubiquity of software [in research] means that it is not possible to disentangle the quality of the software from the quality of the research.

By Neil Chue Hong, founding Director and Principal Investigator of the Software Sustainability Institute Why do open source research software projects appear to have a low rate of success? Is it because we lack appropriate models for sustaining research software development or is it because the community isn’t seeing the results?
By Simon Hettrick, Deputy Director of the Software Sustainability Institute In the weeks running up to the RSE Conference, some colleagues and I will be providing our thoughts on the questions people have submitted for our panel discussion with senior university management about how RSEs are being supported within academia.
Subscribe to Policy