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Welcome to the latest edition of the Research IT newsletter! Available each month, the newsletter is focused on keeping University of Manchester researchers up to date with news that directly affects your research activities including new platforms, training and events. From now on the only way to receive the newsletter will be to subscribe so make sure you subscribe today using the link below. We also want to hear from you - the research community - so please send us news stories or events that are of relevance to researchers across the University or details of your research success stories!
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Are you on board Dropbox for Business?
Dropbox for Business, our external file sharing service, is arriving soon. Stopover and find out what’s on offer and how to get on board.
The Hartree Centre has announced a 7th programme of access to its Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor cluster. This is for projects from academia and industry that would like to experiment with their code on this exciting new architecture.
Are you one of a growing number of people in academia who combine expertise in programming with an intricate understanding of research? If so then you are a research software engineer (RSE)! The inaugural conference of RSEs took place in Manchester in early September and the presentations are now available online along with many of the workshop training materials.
Research IT Expertise Helps Human Brain Simulation
Research IT has been providing the SpiNNaker project with research software engineer (RSE) expertise to help them simulate billions of simple neurons in order to create brain inspired computing systems.
Both training courses will take place at the University of Manchester and are free to attend but registration is required.
Research IT run a series of hands-on training courses which provide skills for researchers to further enhance their research. For information on our courses or other training that we can provide, please take a look at our training catalogue or contact us.
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