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We are recruiting for an Associate Director at the UK Data Archive, University of Essex.

We are now looking for submissions for the Family Finance Surveys User Conference 2021

We are looking for submissions for the Health Studies User Conference 2021

Experts from the UK Data Service are encouraging people to fill out this year’s Census because the information will help navigate our way to recovery.

Health Data Research UK is scoping expert views for a new initiative called Population Research UK (PRUK), on behalf of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), the Medical Research Council (MRC) and Wellcome.

To help you get the most from the UK Data Service, join us for our free introductory level training events

As part of our special coverage for International Women’s Day, Deirdre Lungley, Principal Developer at the UK Data Service, talks about her passion for data and why more women should choose a career in this area.

Dr Julia Kasmire, a computational social scientist for the UK Data Service, has experienced many successes during her career as a data specialist, but she has also faced some challenges as a woman along the way.

#DataImpact2021: #IdentityInData – Who Counts? Visibility, voice and culture in data collection and use takes place tomorrow. We asked Dr Victoria Moody, Deputy Director and Co-I of the UK Data Service, to tell us a little about what we can expect.

We are recruiting for three posts at the UK Data Archive, University of Essex.

It is the time we celebrate Love Data Week with the highly topical theme this year of ‘Delivering a better future’.

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