Early results from a mass participation research study has indicated a link between weather conditions – specifically rain and lack of sunshine – and chronic pain. Over the summer a group of Turing Institute interns helped to analyse the data from over 9000 UK participants in the ‘Cloudy with a chance of pain’ project, who… Read more
Call for collaboration in the Lloyd’s Register Foundation Programme to support data-centric engineering
The Alan Turing Institute and Lloyd’s Register Foundation invite the academic community, industry, and research bodies in the UK and internationally to express interest in collaborating in a programme to support data-centric engineering. This programme is focussed on research in data science, with accompanying translational activities to ensure impact in the field of engineering, as… Read more
In Autumn 2016 the Alan Turing Institute will begin its first academic year, and over 100 researchers will begin research into data science at our new headquarters in the British Library. In the run-up to launch, the Institute has embarked on a Summer Programme of events, workshops and projects which make up the first phase… Read more
The Alan Turing Institute is just over six months into its life as a fully launched research institute. To mark this pivotal point in our journey, today the Institute publishes a new document which gives an update on the Institute’s progress and priorities, and outlines the thinking behind our developing strategy.
We’re proud to announce the first events of our summer workshop series, commencing this week with ‘Innovative Finance for Social Good in the Data Economy’ and ‘Semantic Web and Data Integration: new technologies and application to industry’.