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The latest data are from the 2020 publication, collected during January-March 2020.

For researchers interested in the impact of seasonal changes, there are a number of datasets to explore in the UK Data Service collection.

It’s Refugee Week, so it’s a good time for researchers who are looking to gain insights into the refugee experience to explore datasets held in the UK Data Service collection.

Explore some of the datasets relating to fatherhood and fathers that are held in the UK Data Service collection.

The UK Data Archive has been awarded the CoreTrustSeal, a certification that promotes sustainable and trustworthy data infrastructures by setting out requirements for trusted data repositories.

The impact of urban wildlife and how an awareness of nature is linked to mental wellbeing is explored in an interesting dataset recently released by the UK Data Service.

The UK Data Service provides access to much of the key data, studies and surveys that provide researchers with greater insights into racism and racial prejudice in the UK.

The UK Data Service collection holds a number of datasets related to studies into why people volunteer and what factors encourage them to give their time for good causes.

The first wave of the Understanding Society COVID-19 survey is now available to researchers through the UK Data Service.

The UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies (CLS) has launched a nationwide survey to examine the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The data collected will be made available to researchers through the UK Data Service this summer 2020.

The current lockdown has resulted in changes in domestic electricity use as more of us work from home.

Social science undergraduates have just under three weeks until the closing 3 June deadline for this year’s UK Data Service Dissertation Award.

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