Making data work for everyone: a 'Research Without Borders' event

11 May 2017, 6.00 PM - 11 May 2017, 7.30 PM

Life Sciences building, Tyndall Avenue, Bristol BS8 1TQ

Data science has changed the way we do research and opened up new frontiers: it allows us to look back into our evolutionary past, to test new technologies and to understand interactions at every level, from the genome to the workplace. There are, however, also challenges associated with the expanding role of data in today's world, including the potential loss of privacy for individuals.

At this evening event, a new generation of researchers at the University of Bristol will talk about their experiences with data in a wide variety of fields, and will open a discussion on the challenges and opportunities that a data-rich world presents.

Panel members

Alexander Ballisat, Daniel Dixon, Isabel Stockton, Jessye Aggleton with Professor Bill Browne.

Further information

To book your free place and find out more about this and other Research Without Borders events see Eventbrite.

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