As the end of the year comes racing towards us, it’s been a time of significant change for the Research Lifecycle Programme. We have said goodbye to Angus Hearmon, the programme’s director since 2018. Although retiring from the University, Angus already has some...
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Speed up Research Approval with the Research Risk Profiler
Originally launched in February 2022 as part of the Research Lifecycle’s Project A, the Research Risk Profiler (RRP) is a simple tool that helps researchers to quickly and easily identify factors which may delay or slow their work. The RRP is a questionnaire that...
Update on the RLP’s 2020/21 focus areas
An update on RLP’s 2020/21 focus areas and where we are up to so far.
A new survey tool for the University
We are pleased to announce the launch of QualtricsXM, a powerful, simple to use survey tool used to conduct surveys, collect and store data and produce reports. Qualtrics is available to all staff and researchers at the University and is also available to students when required for their course.
Data Safe Haven Plus: A new service for researchers working with sensitive and restricted data
The new Data Safe Haven Plus service is here to help you understand how to securely store and work with sensitive and restricted data in research.
September newsletter: Introducing the Survey Tools project
This month we are pleased to announce the launch of the Survey Tools project. Read the newsletter to find out more about this and other RLP projects.
RLP focus areas for 2020/21 academic year
An update on RLP’s focus areas this year after SCSC approved our business case.
Pure AMM now live
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Awards Management module (AMM) in Pure, which went live on Wednesday, 1 July. AMM, will be used to manage research funding applications and awards, including supporting online approvals.
Update on the Research Networking and Collaboration project
Find out more about the next steps for the project following the May open workshops.
Funding innovators at the University
Earlier this year, we launched a funding competition called the ‘Innovation Community Research Fund’. Four collaborative research projects have now been awarded funding.