Jisc Futures

The articles in the Jisc Futures series were commissioned by Times Higher Education in partnership with Jisc, the UK's expert body for digital technology and resources in higher education, further education, skills and research. 

 

Looking for something

Joanna Dally and Frances Downey imagine the research culture of the future

Open science

UK leads drive towards more open way of sharing science, says Jo Johnson

slow, tortoise,

Tony Hey charts the progress of the US and UK Open Science movement 

lock, key, open access

When it comes to openness, biggest hurdle is human factor, says David Doherty

Mosquito

Does the UK have the best structures in place to fund data-driven research? asks Steven Hill

Map technology

Paul Feldman explains why the UK must be ready to embrace research collaborations on an increasingly international scale

digital downloads

Geoffrey Boulton writes the first in a series of articles from Jisc on research in the age of open science

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