A panel discussion with Howard Hotson (Professor of Early Modern Intellectual History, University of Oxford), Andrew Prescott (Professor of Digital Humanities, University of Glasgow), Dave De Roure (Professor of e-Research, Oxford e-Research Centre) and Heather Viles (Head of School of Geography and the Environment). The discussion is chaired by Kathryn Eccles (Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute and Digital Humanities Champion, Humanities Division, University of Oxford). The presumption is often that the relationship between the humanities and sciences will be one-way, and that it will be the humanities learning from sciences. But what can sciences learn from the way that the humanities are using digital output for their research? Part of the Humanities and the Digital Age Series.