New ideas. New products. New jobs: Open access delivers!

By |January 30th, 2015|

We’ve covered a lot of ground recently discussing the numerous benefits of open access to research outputs in past blog posts, including how the free research can be a valuable […]

EPSRC Guidelines: What are they and how can you meet them? An interview with Matthew Addis, Arkivum CTO.

By |January 30th, 2015|

Our very own CTO, Matthew Addis, is interviewed alongside Kevin Ashley, the Director at the Digital Curation Centre, about the EPSRC guidelines.

In an enlightening article in University Business magazine, Frank […]

It’s not just about ‘born-digital’. The impact of digitising ‘born physical’ archives is vast and far-reaching.

By |January 21st, 2015|

The global move to digitise historical archives that weren’t ‘born digital’ (much like we’re seeing with the ULCC project at the Linnean Society) has a huge impact on scholarly and […]

The Wellcome Trust: Advocates of the benefits of open access to funded research

By |January 19th, 2015|

There continues to be a growing consensus that access to funded research data should be open whenever and wherever possible (and that this is a Good Thing). To illustrate this, […]

How similar are the EPSRC and RCUK open access requirements?

By |January 14th, 2015|

In some of our recent posts, we’ve highlighted some of the the ins and outs of the EPSRC requirements for each of the research institutions it funds to devise a […]

Is your research data interesting and important? If yes, it’ll need to be archived and curated forever!

By |January 8th, 2015|

Do you hear that? The clock is ticking—the May 1st EPSRC Open Access deadline is only a few months away.
The squeaky wheel
As you know (sorry to be the squeaky wheel) […]

3 Questions to ask when seeing eye-popping data numbers

By |January 6th, 2015|

As you look back on 2014 and prepares for the coming year, have you thought about how you’ll be handling the explosion of big data? Or even just handling the […]