Consumer Data Research Centre

Archive for News

Holborn identified as unhealthiest place in Great Britain according to new study

A new study by University of Liverpool researchers has identified Holborn in London as the unhealthiest place to live in Great Britain. Using a new data resource tool which contains a range of lifestyle and environmental measures, researchers were able to identify neighbourhoods that are healthy and those that are unhealthy. The results can be […]

Read More

CDRC launches ESRC Innovation Fund

The Consumer Data Research Centre is pleased to invite proposals from UK-based academics for projects that will capitalise on our core consumer data sets, extend our network of partners, and drive forward substantive and innovative social science research across a broad range of disciplines and research areas. We welcome proposals that would contribute to our […]

Read More

UCL will be hosting the next London R workshop on 13 July

Date: Thursday 13th July 2017 Venue: UCL Darwin Lecture Theatre (Lower Floor), Darwin Building, Malet Place, London, WC1E 7JG Further details:

Read More

Dr James Cheshire wins the prestigious Royal Geographical Society Cuthbert Peek Award!

The Royal Geographical Society’s medals and awards “recognise extraordinary achievement in geographical research, fieldwork and teaching, photography and public engagement.” CDRC Deputy Director James Cheshire was among 17 recipients this year, winning the Cuthbert Peek Award ‘for advancing geographical knowledge through the use of mappable Big Data’. Congratulations James!

Read More