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A “Work in Progress”? Public Engagement Is Now Part of the Uk Research Landscape but Challenges Remain

21.02.2018

Without Urgent Action Big and Open Data May Widen Existing Inequalities and Social Divides

14.02.2018

Why an Open Mind on Open Science Could Reshape Human Knowledge

08.01.2018

Why We Should Not Ignore Interdisciplinarity's Critics

18.12.2017

It's Time to Incentivise the Behaviours That Are Good for Research and Researchers

16.11.2017

Open-Source, Commercial, Non-Profit, For-Profit: What Power Have You Got?

11.10.2017

We Have the Technology to Save Peer Review – Now It Is up to Our Communities to Implement It

11.09.2017

Increasingly Collaborative Researcher Behaviour Is the Real Threat to the Resilient Academic Publishing Sector

10.08.2017

What Do the 2014 REF Results Tell Us About the Relationship Between Excellent Research and Societal Impact

24.07.2017

Formalised Data Citation Practices

18.07.2017

Understanding Why Research Evidence Does or Doesn't Make It into Policy

07.07.2017

"Writing Sprints" Can Facilitate Collaboration and Encourage New Ways of Thinking About Academic Writing

29.06.2017

The Quantified Self and the Gamification of Academic Research Through Social Networks

15.05.2017

Artificial Intelligence Can Expedite Scientific Communication and Eradicate Bias From the Publishing Process

12.05.2017

Why Has Submitting a Manuscript to a Journal Become So Difficult?

10.05.2017

It's Time for a European Open Access Platform

10.04.2017

The Importance of Being REF-Able: Academic Writing Under Pressure from a Culture of Counting

11.02.2017

Think Tanks, Evidence and Policy

10.02.2017

Interdisciplinary Research May Lead to Increased Visibility but Also Depresses Scholarly Productivity

05.02.2017

Disentangling the Academic Web

01.02.2017
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