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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
World Weather Attribution approach is best way possible to make use of all available science for extreme event attribution, says US National Academy of Science
Professor Janet Pierrehumbert's lecture at University of Amsterdam, part of Speech & Language, Music, Art, Reasoning & Thought (SMART) series
Seminar will bring together local experts in high-performance computing from Oxford University e-Research Centre, Advanced Research Computing service and the Diamond Light Source facility at Harwell
Keynote talk at National Centre for Research Methods event, University of Manchester looked at issues including massive scale of IoT data and implications of automation in our research
Dr David Weigl presents Music Information Retrieval seminar at the Weston Library, part of the Bodleian Research Uncovered series
The Centre’s Dr Alfie Abdul-Rahman is co-organising a free Quill project workshop on 25th January for people researching/studying parliamentary processes and records.
Dr Susanna-Assunta Sansone taking part in Open Access Oxford event on 20 Jan, aiming to optimise collective approach to open access publishing
University of Oxford exploring new tools and approaches to enable students and researchers to understand and access University collections

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