We are happy to share that SSI Fellow Sammie Buzzard has been awarded the IGS Early Career Scientist Award for the year 2022.
We are glad to announce that SSI co-investigator and professor of computer science at the University of Manchester Carole Goble has been included in's Ranking of Best Scientists in the field of Computer Science and received the Computer Science Leader Award for 2023.
Celebrating the achievements of individuals and organisations who have made significant and innovative contributions to creating a sustainable future for our digital assets.
Work led by the SSI on “Recognising the value of software: how libraries can help the adoption of software citation” has won a LIBER 2021 Award for Library Innovation, sponsored by OCLC.

By Kenji Takeda, Microsoft Research.

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This powerful cloud service provides the capability to visually compose machine learning experiments; access to proven algorithms from Microsoft Research, Bing, and Xbox; first-class support for R,…

We're delighted to report that one of the Software Sustainability Institute's Co-Investigators, Professor Carole Goble, has been made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the recent New Year's Honours.

The award is in recognition for her services to science, and we have benefitted greatly from her knowledge and experience at the Institute.

Well done Carole!

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