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Open Science: a practical guide for PhD students

Kirsty Wallis
UK guide to Open Science for PhD students, based on the original French version produced by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research: https://www.ouvrirlascience.fr/passport-for-open-science-a-practical-guide-for-phd-students/
In the references below you can find a link to the files used to create the version above.

Making bung

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
A bung is made from organic materials that will be used to plug the access point into the beehive. This is then removable for when individuals want to harvest the honey.

Transporting grass

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
Freshly cut grass used for covering the beehive is transported from the slopes of the Eleyo escarpment up to the highland forests.

Charring beehive

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The exterior of the beehive is charred on a fire.

Tying beehive together

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The beehive is temporality tied together so that it does not split whilst it drys.

Tying grass

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
Grass collected from the Elgeyo escarpment is tied around the beehive in order to keep the bees warm.

Making bung

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
A bung is made from organic materials that will be used to plug the access point into the beehive. This is then removable for when individuals want to harvest the honey.

Cutting grass

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
Located at lower elvations on the slopes of the Elgeyo escarpment, long lengths of grass are cut that will be used to cover the beehive and keep the bees warm.

Travelling to collect grass

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
A journey is taken to lower elevations of the Elgeyo escarpment to collect thatching grass.

Drilling and stitching beehive

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
Holes are drilled into the two halves of the beehive. These are then stitched together with plant fibres.

Collecting Resources

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
A series of plant resources are collected from nearby forest areas.

Stripping bark

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The freshly cut beehive is stripped of the outer layer of bark.

Erecting beehive

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The beehive is hauled up into a tree and tied securly in place.

Trimming bark

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
Previously collected bark is measured to the length of the beehive and cut to correct size.

Smearing dung

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
Dung is smeared over the entirety of the beehive.

Charring beehive

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The exterior of the beehive is charred on a fire.

Changing Tool blade

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
An axe blade is removed from the handle and hafted onto a long stick.

Transporting grass

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
Freshly cut grass used for covering the beehive is transported from the slopes of the Eleyo escarpment up to the highland forests.

VaxPac Study: UK Report

Keri Ka-Yee Wong
The VaxPac Study aims to understand the decisions and reasons behind vaccine acceptance and hesitancy of parents with children under age 18 in the UK and Japan. This is a summary report of UK parents.

Wong & Kitto (2022) TeachWell Final Study Report

Keri Ka-Yee Wong & Eleanor Kitto
TeachWell Study report on how covid has impacted trainee teacher's mental health and what support they would like.

Nuclear Power: Finding the missing piece

Mateen Mirza
There is now a clear consensus that our energy demands must be met through lower carbon solutions. As our global population continues to rise and aspires to higher living standards we are faced with increasingly ambitious energy targets in the transport, industry and power sectors. Nuclear power remains one of the few reliable energy sources. However, there remains a missing piece to the puzzle. Whether this relates to spent nuclear fuel reprocessing, the ongoing issue...

AI3SD Video: AI and multi-omics discovery science: A case study in understanding ageing at a systems level

Janna Hastings
Metabolism is central to all processes of life and the metabolome -- large-scale measurement of the quantities of small molecular entities in cells and tissues -- gives a readout of cellular functioning at a point in time. Harnessing metabolomic information together with transcriptomic information about gene expression allows for multi-level insights into genetic dysregulation and its cellular effects. I will describe a multi-omics approach based on genome-scale modelling that is able to integrate the two...

Open Science: a practical guide for PhD students - supplemental files

Kirsty Wallis
UK guide to Open Science for PhD students, based on the original French version produced by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research: https://www.ouvrirlascience.fr/passport-for-open-science-a-practical-guide-for-phd-students/
In the references below you can find a link to the complete publication.

Shaping beehive

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The beehive is shaped into a cylinder and cut to the correct length.

Stripping bark

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The freshly cut beehive is stripped of the outer layer of bark.

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  • University College London
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  • Shanghai Eye Disease Prevention & Treatment Center
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  • Third Hospital of Hebei Medical University
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  • North West Agriculture and Forestry University
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  • Sun Yat-sen University
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  • Shanghai University
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  • Rijksmuseum
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  • West China Hospital of Sichuan University
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  • Zhejiang University
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  • Central South University
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