Started writing code for a simple integration question, and then tried using the /sf code and else/if to improve the aesthetics of the question. Unfortunately, couldn't quite make the else statement to work, so will require more time or scrapping. Read more
Thanks to Sarah for sharing her experience of the last alumni event of 2013 - and best wishes for the year to come from all of us in the Alumni Relations team:
How could I resist the alumni invitation to come and make a Christmas bauble? – a chance to Read more
So we've used up all the storage space in our last post, but here is the rest of the story...
Week 8: Oh what a lovely crumble!
So this week we needed to sort out the jolting in our images resulting from the chairs of the caffeine fueled drinkers in Read more
The day began with a free vintage (c. 2007) e-book offer from Arjen Wals: Social learning towards a sustainable world. The publisher's blurb begins with commendable understatement:
"This comprehensive volume – containing 27 chapters and contributions from six continents presents and discusses key principles, perspectives, and practices of Read more
A very warm welcome to the last issue of the Agent’s Newsletter in 2013. The Christmas market has now arrived in Bath and the city is looking very festive for the holiday season. We have fond memories of welcoming many of you to the agents conference in Read more
Here are the highlights from another 5 days in the working life of the @uniofbath Digital team:
Paul added Honourary Graduates and news copy to ceremonies site ahead of next week's Winter Graduations; the pages will go live on Monday.
Paul and Dan (more about him later) went to the Read more
Not long after starting his bee research career, UBBU’s Mark Greco found that he had questions about the insides of beehives that could not easily be answered. Fortunately, Mark had 25 years’ of experience as a medical radiographer, so it came naturally to put his beehive in a CT scanner. Read more
The beam below carries a load of triangular distribution with a maximum value of 3kN/m at midspan. The beam is made of Glulam with E=16GPa and has a second moment of area Imajor =1×10^9 mm4
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Following the Vice-Chancellor's announcement of a major investment in High Performance Computing, we would like to convene a User Meeting, which will take place on Tuesday 17 December at 09:15 in 6E2.1.
Before then, we will issue a questionnaire, and have collated the results, so that we will be able Read more
The UK Digital Curation Centre has published Volume 8, Issue 2 of the International Journal of Digital Curation.
This issue contains three peer-reviewed papers. One considers matters of provenance as applied to reused, repurposed and remixed data, in particular clinical data. Another describes how to build a persistent, distributed archive Read more
Researchers from the Department for Health in the University of Bath have developed a self-harm prevention app called ‘BlueIce’ (‘Blue’ is depressed and ‘Ice’ is an acronym for In Case of Emergency) it has been designed specifically for use by young self-harmers.
The app was developed by a small team, Read more
As I am coming steadfastly towards the halfway marker of my work placement as a student psychologist, leaving a trail of paperwork, articles and bags of experience as I run down the path… I think back in retrospect about what I was doing this time last year. Thinking back to Read more