Author archive for Chris Button

  • eRSA Updates: December 2017

    eNewsletter snapshot: December 2017  Upgraded User Support Site eRSA’s taking a festive break Recap: Innovation Symposium: AI Beyond the Myths Recap: Our…

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  • Cultures & Communities December 2017 Update

    Welcome to the final Cultures and Communities update for 2017. The RDS-funded Cultures and Communities project is now officially closed,…

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  • Open Scholarship Policy Observatory Workshop 2017

    Taking place this Thursday, 7 December is a workshop to investigate setting up an Australian Open Scholarship Policy Observatory, as…

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  • eNewsletter: Cultures and Communities November 2017

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  • Cultures & Communities November 2017 Update

    As the Cultures and Communities project comes to a close we have rolled out the last of our current round…

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  • Bioinformatics research & careers at ABACBS 2017 Conference & COMBINE Student Symposium

    Adelaide was the place to be for bioinformaticians last week, with leading experts from Australia and abroad congregating in South Australia…

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  • eRSA brings the candy shop to eResearch Australasia 2017

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  • Digital Humanities Pathways Forum Recap: Sydney, 10 November 2017

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  • Scheduled Network Upgrade December 12

    We will be performing an upgrade to our network infrastructure on Tuesday, 12 December 2017 between 9.30am and 2.00pm. All…

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  • eNewsletter: Cultures and Communities October 2017

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