LIDA joins powerful new COVID-19 data alliance
LIDA joins Rolls-Royce, IBM, Truata, Google Cloud and the ODI in an alliance of data analytics experts challenged with finding new, faster ways of supporting the response to COVID-19 and subsequent global recovery.
LIDA will contribute secure data infrastructure, scientific expertise, and access to global academic research networks.More
What’s happened to UK migration since the EU referendum – in four graphs
Many of the analyses of why a majority of British voters opted to leave the European Union in a referendum in June 2016, have pointed to a desire to control immigration as a key driving factor.
But what has actually happened to immigration in the three years since the UK voted for Brexit?More
Bowel cancer rates after colonoscopy vary by provider
Research led by the University has found that the number of patients whose colonoscopy found no evidence of bowel cancer, but who were later diagnosed with the disease, were lower for colonoscopies performed by the NHS than those by independent providers on behalf of the service.More
There is a growing movement around the world to ensure the effective use of vast data collections to drive research, policy development and public good initiatives. The Leeds Institute for Data Analytics brings together applied research groups and data scientists from all disciplines, opening up new opportunities to understand health and human behaviour and casting light on the action required to tackle a wide range of social and environmental problems.
Connecting academic research with external partners in business, government and the third sector; LIDA is matching the world class capabilities of University research with the needs and opportunities of local organisations.
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Using population data to inform infrastructure investment
Data with the power to improve cancer care
Incentivising more sustainable transport choices using ICT services and smartphone
A personalised approach to lymphoma treatment
Dynamic data will help planners tackle crime and pollution
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