The Economic and Social Research Council has announced that it is extending CLOSER’s funding to March 2021 to carry out its valuable work in maximising the use, value and impact of the UK’s longitudinal studies.
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The overriding message from a report published today on the future of longitudinal population studies is that knowledge sharing and collective action are key to overcoming barriers and harnessing opportunity.
CLOSER has created new online teaching resources on how to analyse and interpret longitudinal data. The new Analysis module, which has been added to CLOSER’s Learning Hub educational resource, introduces users to a variety of statistical concepts and methods they can use when analysing data. The module includes specific sections on methods such as general […]
Professor Alison Park has been awarded a CBE for services to the social sciences.
Bristol’s Children of the 90s study has been named ‘Biobank of the Year’ at a ceremony in London.
CLOSER is pleased to announce that Dr Lisa Calderwood of the UCL Institute of Education has been appointed as our interim director.
The BBC One Show travelled back to 1969 last night (21 November) to feature a film about three National Child Development Study (NCDS) members who wrote essays at age 11 imagining what their lives would be like when they reached 25.