Diamond – The Game
Our partners at Diamond Light Source have created Diamond the Game Print and Play: a board game you can print at home, for 2-5 players that lasts between 20-30 minutes. It puts you and your family and friends directly in the role as a researcher at the Diamond Light Source, visiting different beamlines to make progress in a diverse range of scientific projects in Physics, Chemistry, Cultural Heritage, and more. As you travel around the synchrotron you will have to make the most of your experiments, as well as working with your fellow players, in order to be remembered as the most famous scientist.
o To find out more and download your free copy, please visit the website link below
Remote3 Coding Challenges
Every Monday at 11:00 we’re going to be holding a short webinar and introducing a new computing challenge, linked to our sister site the Boulby Underground Laboratory as part of the Remote3 project.
o Each week will include a short talk, an introduction to this week’s challenge, and highlighting some of the projects completed as part of the previous week’s challenges.
o The challenges will be aimed at students aged 9-14, and can all be completed with the free online Scratch programming language (https://scratch.mit.edu/).
o To sign up (either to attend the webinars or to receive videos of them), please visit our website below
Our social media team have been sharing lots of activities and resources on a different themes, including “Measure the Speed of Light in a Microwave” and “Land on Mars”.
You can find links to all the activities, videos and quizzes on our twitter feed: https://twitter.com/STFC_Matters
Connect Harwell Nxt Gen: Dealing with Change Seminar
July 13, 2021
- 11:00 am
At a time where we are experiences many changes within professional and personal circumstances, adapting to the evolving COVID-19 restrictions, this webinar will help you to understand how humans process and respond to change, as well as how to manage it.
Join Maeve Waite from UKRI, alongside members of the Nxt Gen community, for an educational session offering tips and strategies for how to manage periods of change and signposting to further resources to support mental health whilst experiencing change.
During the session, there will be a Q&A opportunity with the events hosts.
This event is open to all from the Nxt Gen community. During the session, there will be virtual networking opportunities to connect with your Nxt Gen colleagues through the chat features.
We do hope you are able to join us for this event – please feel free to share this opportunity with anyone based on campus you feel would benefit from the session.
Log in details will be shared closer to the event.
Connect Harwell Nxt Gen is a multi-disciplinary programme for early-career and young professionals at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus. As a central hub, we signpost and organise events and opportunities to support integration into Harwell Campus life. Our mission is to foster innovation and collaboration at Harwell Campus through nurturing and supporting our early-career professionals and students.
Connect Harwell Seminar: Your GDPR Accountability Tools
September 14, 2021
- 11:00 am
Join Harwell based, Databasix and the Connect Harwell team to explore some of the everyday tools you can use to support your data protection compliance programme. During this practical and interactive session, Kellie and Regina will highlight:
- Data Protection Impact Assessments
- International Data Transfer Risk Assessments
- Privacy Notices
- Legitimate Interest Assessment
- Register of Processing Activities
- Staff Exit Checklists
- Consent Management
- Cookie Consent Management
- Data Breach Logs
- Individual Rights Logs
When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into for on 25th May 2018 it introduced the ‘Accountability’ principle, requiring you to take responsibility for what do you do with personal data and how you comply with the other principles, such as being fair, lawful and transparent, retention and the security principle, to name a few. Businesses must have appropriate measures and records in place to be able to demonstrate your compliance.
During registration, please indicate if you are interested in arranging a follow up call with the Databasix team.
This is an open-to-all event, so feel free to pass this invitation on to any colleagues or contacts you think would benefit from the session.
The purpose of the Seminars is to share expertise around a key topic during regular, hour-long, value-added events for Harwell Campus organisations and Greater Oxfordshire. Delegates will increase their knowledge and interact with experts in areas including marketing, networking, negotiating, legal, access to finance, data protection, accounting and more.
We’re looking forward to seeing you there!