Study in UK: University of Bristol Leads the GW4 Open Research Prize 2023

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Study in UK: University of Bristol Leads the GW4 Open Research Prize 2023

GW4 is an alliance of four research-intensive universities in the UK that celebrates the best practices in open research through the GW4 Open Research Prize. Besides, this awarding ceremony was initiated and led by the University of Bristol.  

The four universities that value and inculcate great research facilities moreover, are a part of this alliance are as follows; the University of Bath, the University of Bristol, Cardiff University and the University of Exeter

Library Services Teams of the GW4 universities organise this online event to award the best university in the field of open research. This year’s award was the inaugural session and the results have already been announced. 

Before looking at the names of universities, let’s understand open research. Open research corresponds to practices that make research more accessible, transparent, reproducible and visible. 

This allows students and staff to learn best practices and produce their best innovations. It also makes the path easy for the research to reach the potential beneficiaries. 

GW4 Open Research Prize 

There are four research categories to which the entries were open for all the researchers along various domains.

Overall, these categories are Widening Reach; Improving Quality; Poster Session Prize, and the GW4 Early Career Publishing Prize.

The organizers invited the public, academics, and representatives to present their research practices and requested them to vote for the best in three categories for the awards.

However, for the fourth category, which is, the Early Career Publishing Prize, a review panel was appointed. Following are the names of the winners in the four categories. 

Award Names of Winners University
Widening Reach Prize  Matt Lloyd Jones University of Exeter
Improving Quality Prize  Katie Young, Pedro Cardoso, Laura Guedemann and Rhian Hopkins University of Exeter
Poster Session Prize  Eoin Cremen University of Bath
GW4 Early Career Publishing Prize Alison Oldfield University of Bristol

Matt Lloyd Jones

Research: Exploring the potential of using simulation games for engaging with sheep farmers about sheep lameness.

Katie Young, Pedro Cardoso, Laura Guedemann and Rhian Hopkins

Research: Improving reproducibility and transparency of diabetes research with electronic health care records.

Eoin Cremen

Research: The influence of AI advice on decision-making strategies in a hypothesis testing task.

Alison Oldfield

Research: Going to the farm: A socio-material ethnography of autistic young people in a natural environment.

Looking into such details helps students to understand the universities and the sort of projects they promote and undertake. This in turn helps them make better and informed choices for their higher education. If you want to read more such exciting information, make sure you follow Leverage Edu News Updates. 

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