New publication highlights NCRM activities from 2020 to 2023

NCRM news
Ed Grover

NCRM has launched a new publication that highlights our activities and achievements from the past three years.

Called Learning Together, the publication provides an overview of our latest resources, courses, research activities, engagement programmes, publications and events.

NCRM’s Director Professor Gabriele Durrant launched the publication at the centre's 2023 annual lecture, highlighting key statistics, successes and impacts.

Since 2020, the centre and its partners have run more than 150 courses and reached more than 7,000 researchers through training and events. The website has had around one million unique users and there are now more than 3,000 items in the NCRM Eprints repository.

In the introduction to the publication, Professor Durrant writes: "NCRM’s training and events reach thousands of researchers every year, equipping postgraduates, early-career researchers and experienced researchers with skills in core, intermediate, advanced and innovative methods.

"Despite the many challenges posed to higher education in recent years, our centre has continued to maintain access to this much sought-after training.

"I’m enormously proud of the work that NCRM and its centre partners have delivered amid these changing times, and I am delighted to be able to share some of our highlights in this publication."

Read Learning Together: NCRM Highlights 2020-23