15. OUCS and the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource


OUCS staff like to get out and about, and are often written about when they do. Here, James Cummings, of InfoDev investigates a new computing tool for arts and humanities research.

Caption: Digital Humanities members (l-r: Michael Toth, Fenella France, Brett Bobley, James Cummings, Sam Webb and Allison Marsh) listen to SSRL staff scientist Sam Webb explain how synchrotron X-ray radiation can help them uncover the past. Photo by Mike Ross.

Up: Contents Previous: 14. Research Skills Toolkit Next: 16. Crowdsourcing with Sustainable Success