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15 Nov 2019

Vote now for the winners of the CALIBRE Awards

Voting is now open to help choose the winners of the Winter 2019 CALIBRE Awards and staff from the Mathematics Education Centre are among the finalists.

The theme of this round of the Awards – which recognise the excellent work undertaken across both the Loughborough and London campuses – is Open Research.

All of the finalists are undertaking first-class research, but have also chosen Open Research methods – stimulating wider dialogue and collaboration, and enhancing impact – by either freely sharing their methodology, resources, data or software.

The standard of entrants was exceptional, making it difficult to whittle down an impressive longlist of nominees to a shortlist of just five.

You are now invited to review the excellent shortlisted projects and vote for your favourite.

MEC’s Open Science Policy

Dr Nina Attridge, Dr Camilla Gilmore, Professor Matthew Inglis and Dr Iro Xenidou-Dervou

Open Science Policy supports collaborative work, ensuring research integrity and data credibility

Developing an open research ecosystem

Dr Melodee Beals

Championing open research practices from data collection to dissemination

A FAIR approach?

Dr Steven Firth and Professor Tarek Hassan

Using the FAIR Guiding Principles to share data and broaden research impact

CREST’s open research supports solar energy take-up

Dr Philip Leicester and Dr Paul Rowley

Open access modelling tools are improving industry and consumer outcomes for the solar photovoltaic sector

The International Children’s Accelerometry Database

Dr Lauren Sherar and Dr Dale Esliger

Unique open-access global dataset supports physical activity research for children

Professor Steve Rothberg, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research), says: “All of the shortlisted projects are worthy winners, and I hope the public vote will get people talking about Open Research.

“I really believe that the Open Research agenda will transform the way we conduct and share our research over the coming decade. So, it’s good to see so many of the University’s researchers already engaged in its many aspects.”

Voting closes at midnight on 1 December, and the winners will be announced on Friday 6 December at the Research Repository launch event where we will also introduce the University’s landmark Position Statement on Open Research.