The latest news of interest to the social science data community
Booking is now open for the UK Data Service webinar aimed at librarians, on the 11 November 2014 at 2:00 pm.
Doing research or teaching on trade, debt and aid, maritime transport costs, globalisation or the insurance sector? If so, the UK Data Service may have the data you need.
The Centre for Energy Epidemiology Data Service (CEEDS) is conducting a data survey among expert practitioners operating in the energy demand sector and would like your input.
Attention developers, data visualisation designers and other innovative data lovers looking for untapped resources!
Booking is now open for the Census Research User Conference and the Enhancing and Enriching Historic Census Microdata (EEHCM) Event, both on 31 October 2014.
The next Crime Surveys User Conference is being organised by the UK Data Service for Monday 8 December 2014.
One of the advantages of preserving and archiving social data is that we can mark changes over time. Attitudes measured in surveys from 1970 give an indication of opinions before the first referendum for Scottish devolution in 1979, which fell short of the 40% required to establish a devolved Scottish Assembly.
Researchers from across China had extra insights when two University of Essex staff experts joined the teaching team of an international life sciences workshop in the city of Harbin.
An incubator fund established to support innovative new ideas at the UK Data Service has selected four pioneering projects to move into implementation.
What About Youth? is a new Department of Health study which aims to make improvements to the health of young people across England.