Members of Research IT’s Research Infrastructure Group have been working with the Proton Therapy research group (PRECISE) led by Prof. Karen Kirby at The Christie Hospital to improve clinical dose prescriptions in radiotherapy.
The top tip for March by Ian Cottam, Head of Research Software Engineering, looks at installing apps on macOS Catalina (10.15) that have not been authorised or certified by Apple.
It’s really important that you include all the Research IT services you require in your research grant application AND that you talk to us before you submit your application. This allows us to plan accordingly and to make sure that the effort and support are available at the right time if your grant application is successful.
At Research IT we know how busy researchers are, and how talking face to face can be the easiest way to communicate a problem or complex research idea. That’s why every other Wednesday in term-time we host drop-in sessions across across campus so you can talk to our experts in person about anything research computing related.
Thank you to everyone who came along to the first Research IT club of 2020. If you were unable to attend, all the presentations are now available at the links below. We had some great presentations on how our new digital image comparison and what the introduction of Office 365 will mean for researchers.
Virtual Environments are a tool for isolating and tracking the software packages that you use for your work. Why is this useful to you? Let Research Software Engineers Douglas Lowe and Ann Gledson explain!
Find out how our Research Infrastructure Engineers helped a researcher from Division of Cardiovascular Sciences run a million R jobs on confidential data in weeks rather than months.
As part of the BBC Data Partnership, Joshua Woodcock, a Research Software Engineer in Research IT, developed the Interaction Data Visualisation Tool, (IDVT); a web-based data visualisation tool for the initial analysis of low-level interaction data taken from object-based user experiences.