This month we are pleased to announce we are working with Figshare to develop a research data repository at the University.
Category: Compute capacity and resources
Following feedback from the research community, we are pleased to confirm the compute resources and capacity implemented this year, and the investment for next year. Find out more.
Find out how you can get involved in the restricted data project and the research networking and collaboration project.
Find out more about how the programme is progressing and our upcoming lunch event and compute workshops.
An update on what’s happened so far in the RLP, 18 months into it’s 5 year journey.
Our compute capacity and resources project holds open workshops each year to allow the research community to tell us what compute resources they need and would benefit from this year.
Newsletter: Progress in projects thanks to the research community and more opportunities to get involved
We’re looking for more people to get involved in our programme activities, including a search for a new timesheet software tool and a virtual and augmented reality innovation community. Progress has been made in quite a few of our projects, thanks to engagement and...
Much has been happening within the programme over the last couple of weeks. We have events for three different projects, so there’s likely to be something of interest for most people, whether this is compute capacity, innovation or restricted data.
As part of the Research Lifecycle Programme, the University of Manchester has made a £1 million investment into computational resource to further enable research across all faculties and institutes.
We have plenty of news for you in this week’s issue, including a message from another new colleague, news about increased compute capability, developing a community of practise and our new website.