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Dr Neil Ashton explores why Concorde - iconic aircraft and technological breakthrough - is currently only seen in museums, in a new Oxford Sparks Big Questions series podcast
Paper describes Dr Johnson's experiences in a decade of teaching Agile methods at University of Oxford, to help other educators running similar courses
Describing Oxford’s programme of activities to improve discovery of and access to assets in its libraries, museums and gardens
Dr Peter McQuilton explains how Alliance can help harness biomedical data, bring stakeholders together and build the technical and social bridges that enable data sharing
Negotiated Texts network to bring together researchers of formal negotiations records, who use digital/statistical methodologies for research or digital platforms for teaching and public engagement
Centre staff part of Reproducible Research project team training University members in effective use of computational tools
Centre’s work focuses on two aspects of the design of the world’s largest radio telescope – the Science Data Processor and the Low Frequency Aperture Array
Paper given by Iain Emsley at International Digital Curation conference describes framework to address preservation of containers and their environment
Annual Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School, this year running from 3rd-7th July at Central Oxford venues, offers training to anyone with an interest in the Digital Humanities
Dr Bush introduced Modern Fortran, concentrating on its use in solving scientific problems and modern best practice

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