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Digital Research Infrastructure: A UKRI DARE UK Symposium

Have you wondered about the future of digital data security? Have you reflected on how you could access various sensitive available research data? Have you explored how a better research infrastructure could be created for accessing sensitive data on a national basis to facilitate innovation? Have you wondered about the challenges associated with creating an infrastructure for data science and explored potential solutions?

Our experienced experts from Health Data Research UK and Brunel University London will share the DARE UK and other perspectives on the future of secure and trustworthy digital infrastructure for data science.

‘UK trusted and connected Data and Analytics Research Environments’ (DARE UK) is a programme initiated by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to design and deliver a national data research infrastructure that is joined-up, demonstrates trustworthiness and supports research at scale for public good.

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  • Introduction and Background: Dr Michael Joseph - Business Development Manager - Healthcare and MedTech, Brunel University London, Professor Abdul Hamid Sadka, Director, Institute of Digital Futures, Brunel University London
  • Digital research infrastructure for secure and trustworthy data science on personally sensitive data: A DARE UK Perspective: Professor Gerry Reilly, Technologist in Residence, HDR UK and Design Authority, DARE UK and Visiting Professor at Brunel University London; Fergus McDonald, Senior Programme Manager, DARE UK
  • Concluding with announcements about Brunel's SME Capacity Strengthening for Research and Innovation

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