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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Katie Biggs - Making Trials Inclusive

AbstractResearch shows that participants in clinical trials rarely reflect the populations that could benefit from the treatments being tested, for example, COVID-19 disproportionately affected older…

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Media Booth Podcasts and Interviews

Need to record a podcast or Interview? Using a Creative Media Media Booth is a good option as you have your own soundproofed space without distraction. This video will demonstrate how to create a two…

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The hazardous journey of humans and eels

Why should we care about eels? In this story, Rosaleen Duffy talks about the day she met an eel face to face, reflecting on the hazards faced by eels on their long journey from the Sargasso sea to…

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Self-reflective research on human-carnivore conflict

Joseph Hamm's research centres on human-carnivore conflict in Tanzania. Here, he discusses how other conflicts (some internal, others external) influence his research and what this says about…

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Conservation rangers and security

Why is the ecological political? In this short story, doctoral researcher Sara van der Hoeven describes several surprising encounters with community wildlife rangers in northern Kenya in and outside…

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Encountering conspiracy theorists

Sanna Komi tells a story of wolf conservation in the post-truth era in Finland. She recalls encounters with people living next to wolves, and endeavours to understand what lies beyond post-truth…

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A future together is possible: will you make a vow?

Svongwa Nemadire tells a story of life in the township and a lecture abroad, which stirred him towards social justice research. He returned to Africa to stay in the village. There, he witnessed the…

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Human-tree relationships: the story of two trees from Southern Chile

Robert Petitpas's story describes two trees from Southern Chile and their relationships with humans: one relationship to scientists and the other to Indigenous people. Despite their dissimilar…

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Living with elephants in the villages near Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania

Dr Ruth Wairimu John from the Open University of Tanzania tells a story of how human-wildlife co-existence can be improved through the incorporation of traditional and Indigenous knowledge in the…

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A tale of wolves, dogs, people, and some stinky Spanish cheese

Hanna Pettersson tells a story about the intricate challenge of sharing space with wolves, and why we should hail pragmatism in conservation. She gives examples of people, places and situations…

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Dr Steven Ariss - Proactive and Reactive Approaches to Reducing Risk - ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research

There is no shortage of guidance for designing and delivering evaluations. However, the published literature of empirical studies demonstrates that pre-emptive measures do not always prevent common…

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LunchBytes: from eyes to apps

Our speaker this month was Dr Ilse Daly who told us about her journey from vision scientist to start-up founder at her company Blackdog Biomechanics.I’ve had a varied academic career, going…

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Dr Kate Ren - Evidence synthesis with limited studies: using external information to help estimating the between-study heterogeneity

Abstract In evidence synthesis using meta-analysis or network meta-analysis, researchers commonly encounter between-study heterogeneity, which may arise from the differences in the conduct of the…

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A video case study in which Dr Stephen Livingstone discusses the application of FAIR data and software principles to a research project on the automated mapping of Antarctic surface meltwater, led by…

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A video case study in which Dr Haiping Lu discusses his application of the FAIR data and software principles to his research on accessible and sustainable machine learning.

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A video case study in which Dr Ian Sudbery discusses his application of the FAIR data and software principles to his research into gene regulatory sequences in multiple myeloma.

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