General information

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Instructies voor myGRaCE

Dit document geeft een korte introductie over de functies in myGRaCE en hoe dit te gebruiken. Er is voldoende hulp in het programma zelf, maar u zou dit eventueel willen afdrukken als referentie of dit laten openstaan op uw scherm wanneer uw myGRaCE invult.

March Newsletter

This is the first newsletter from the GRaCE-AGE project. We will release another one in a similar format to this at the end of the year. In the meantime, we will release news as and when it comes using articles posted into the GRaCE-AGE group.

GRiST instructions

Handbook for how to use GRiST, both in terms of the technology and how it supports the overall risk assessment and safety management process.

myGRaCE participant information sheet for Coventry Warwickshire research study

Information for participants in the research study titled "Implementing myGRaCE in primary care and the community"

Instructions for myGRaCE

This document gives a brief introduction to the functions in myGRaCE and how to use it. There is plenty of help in the program itself but you might want to print this document off for reference or just have it up on your screen as you use myGRaCE.

Assessing the economic returns of engineering research and post graduate training in the UK
This report provides quantitative and qualitative estimates of the economic impact of the UK’s investment in engineering research and post-graduate training, across the economy overall and where possible distinguishing contributions to different sectors and areas of activity. It was prepared by Technopolis with the close support of the EPSRC and the Royal Academy of Engineering, and overseen by a project
steering committee chaired by Professor John Fisher CBE FREng. 
GRiST is mentioned in the report on page 30 and page 69 as an excellent example of impact.
AFSP coding

Instructions on coding for the AFSP project

GRiST at the British Science Festival in September, 2014.

Poster produced by Aston University for the 2014 British Science Festival, held in Birmingham in September. The GRiST event is at Aston University on September 11th from 15.30 to 17.30. There will be two presentations about GRiST and its use by people in the community at 15.30 and 16.30 in MB204. From 16.00 onwards, people will be able to try GRiST in our computer labs. MB370/372, with members of the GRiST team providing support and answering questions.

Held in mind not lost in space BSF_Layout 1(3).pdf
Coding instructions for the NIH-ESRC consultations

Document explaining how to code the Stage 2 consultation transcripts from the NIH-ESRC study.

Flyer for GRiST conference, May 7th, 2013

Flyer and registration form