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Peer Review Processes Risk Stifling Creativity and Limiting Opportunities for Game-Changing Scientific Discoveries

18.04.2018

PhD Students Supervised Collectively Rather Than Individually Are Quicker to Complete Their Theses

18.04.2018

Open Peer Review: Bringing Transparency, Accountability, and Inclusivity to the Peer Review Process

17.04.2018

The More Revisions a Paper Undergoes, the Greater Its Subsequent Recognition in Terms of Citations

11.04.2018

The Proportion of Co-Authored Research Articles Has Risen Markedly in Recent Decades

09.04.2018

Writing a Peer Review Is a Structured Process That Can Be Learned and Improved

05.04.2018

How Are Academic Lives Sustained?

27.03.2018

The UCUStrikes: a Battle for the Future of Higher Education

28.02.2018

Statcheck - a Spellchecker for Statistics

28.02.2018

Transdisciplinary PhD Programmes Produce More High-Impact Publications and Foster Increased Collaborations

27.02.2018

Where Are We with Responsible Metrics? And Where Might We Go Next? Reflections from Two Recent Events

26.02.2018

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
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