Read the latest update from the Pure Portal Project which aims to provide an upgrade to the current Pure Portal, also known as Research Explorer.
Category: Research networking and collaboration
This months newsletter was focused on the SafePod launch, our last engagements for RLP2 and an upcoming webinar on Figshare.
Read more about Colette and Angus’ views on future investment into research support at our University through RLP2.
Find out more about the Research Risk Profiler and RLP2.
Enabling research groups working with highly restricted data using Microsoft Teams for collaboration
Dr Kath Watson from the Biological Studies Research Group (BSG), led by Professor Kimme Hyrich, approached the Research Lifecycle Programme (RLP) team to ask for support in developing a protocol, to enable the BSG to use MS Teams for internal and external online meetings which discussed highly restricted data.
Find out more about the Figshare launch and the new Pure Portal project.
The Research Lifecycle Programme recently started a new project called the ‘Pure Portal Project’. This is a stream of work that falls under the Research Networking and Collaboration project (Project E), which is focused on improving the University’s ability to...
Find out more about how Microsoft Teams can help you work collaboratively with internal and external partners.
Read about how Royce tested Teams as the solution for multi-university collaborative activity.
Catch up on the latest Overleaf webinar on how to make best use of the tool for your Literature Reviews.