What’s new on the IDS website?
You may have noticed a change since your last visit to the IDS website – and it’s not just about the look and design of the site.
The new IDS website was launched in October 2012, and includes some new features which we hope will improve your experience finding out about the latest news, courses, and research from IDS.
You should now find it easier to:
- Find an IDS expert on a topic of your interest
- Read the latest news and blogs from IDS all in one place
- Engage with us through social media and live-streaming of events
- Find IDS publications, projects and programmes with our new and improved Research search function.
We look forward to hearing what you think!
Problems viewing our website?
The new IDS website has been designed using the latest web technology to improve the user experience and is therefore best viewed with up to date web browsers. It is of vital importance to IDS that our research and online services remain accessible to users around the world whether you have older hardware, poorer internet connections, or are using mobile devices to view the site.
If you experience what appears to be either missing content or incomplete design aspects you may need to switch to another browser or update yours. This is very easy and updating your browser will bring other benefits including increased download and browsing speeds as well as added security.
For the best results we recommend using:
You can check your browser’s status by visiting detectmybrowser.com.
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