Full details can be found on the Data Science Campus website.
The modern economy provides the challenge of measuring fast-evolving forms of economic activity, and the opportunity to exploit huge amounts of new data and information.
The ONS Data Science Campus was established to investigate the use of new data sources (including administrative data and big data) for public good and to help build data science capability for the benefit of the UK.
A new generation of tools and technologies is being used to exploit the growth and availability of these new data sources. Innovative methods, such as machine learning and natural language processing, are providing richer, more informed measurement and analyses on the economy, the global environment and wider society to help policy-makers, researchers and businesses.
Based at the headquarters of Office for National Statistics in Newport, south Wales, the Data Science Campus is growing its reputation as a leader in data science, both in the UK and internationally.
More information about our current research projects and capability programmes is available on the Campus website.
For further information about the work of the Campus, potential partnerships or media enquiries, please contact us.