Disruptive digital pathology workflows: reaping the benefits

By |March 30th, 2016|

Many pathology labs in the NHS are moving to digital processes that typically revolve around those that involve imaging of some sort (whole slide imaging for example) but could also […]

Cyber-archaeology and the race to preserve our heritage

By |March 30th, 2016|

I recently read a fascinating article about how a new process called ‘cyber-archaeology’ is helping us to save some of our endangered cultural heritage sites.

The article highlighted the plight of […]

5 Things you need to know about digital preservation

By |March 24th, 2016|

Digital preservation is a hot topic, particularly in the world of heritage, culture and memory institutions such as museums and galleries. Memory institutions in particular face increasing demands on their […]

How to better manage data in digital pathology

By |March 22nd, 2016|

This article originally appeared in Digital Health Age and Health Business.

The healthcare industry has changed and re-formed more in recent years than ever before. In the face of significantly reduced budgets, this […]

The EPSRC expectations 10 months on – where are we?

By |March 15th, 2016|

Here we are, ten months on from last years’ May 1st EPSRC implementation deadline. The expectation was that, by now, institutions would have policies in place that demonstrated their commitment […]

Digital storage: Standing the test of time

By |March 8th, 2016|

It’s no secret that technology is playing a significant role in the majority of modern research projects. Researchers are using cutting-edge technology to carry out their work and are rapidly amassing vast amounts of digital data as a result. With a need to suddenly find a safe place to keep this data, many are turning to digital storage and archiving solutions.