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  • Innovation planet
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  • Future challenge
  • Public engagement

  • Delivering impact from research needs public participation
  • Three frontiers for public engagement
  • Public and civic engagement
  • Open science and public engagement
  • The drivers shaping the future of research
  • On participation and impact
  • On public engagement with research and activism
  • Public engagement and science advocacy
  • Engaging wisdom from Sciencewise
  • care.data – a failure to engage
  • On blogging and public engagement
  • Debating GM crops
  • Leave science careers to the market?
  • Engaging with Galileo
  • Eight great technology debates
  • Forms of engagement
  • Flying ants and other myths…
  • New questions for science policy
  • Research policy

  • Flying ants and other myths…
  • Text-mining and open access
  • New questions for science policy
  • History

  • Lessons from history: why science policy needs to better understand the past
  • Science_policy

  • Reflections on The Geek Manifesto
  • Lessons from history: why science policy needs to better understand the past
  • Evidence-based-policy

  • Are we ready for more research on research?
  • Reflections on The Geek Manifesto
  • Open access

  • Open access monographs in the REF
  • Open access and academic progression
  • Open science and public engagement
  • The significance of Sci-Hub
  • Making space for the academic book of the future
  • What is open research?
  • On scholarly monographs and the sciences
  • Open access: because it’s worth it
  • On commonplace books
  • Open access and academic freedom
  • Open access and research assessment
  • On data management and open research
  • Open access roundup
  • What’s coming for UK research policy?
  • On power and open access
  • Text-mining and open access
  • Science

  • Flying ants and other myths…
  • Writing

  • Back to blogging
  • His master’s voice?
  • On blogging and public engagement
  • Reflections on daily blogging
  • The daily pages habit
  • Reasons for writing, according to George Orwell
  • Welcome to the new Testing Hypotheses
  • Review

  • Book review - Inferior by Angela Saini
  • Experiments in blogging
  • Engaging with Galileo
  • ‘People’ by Alan Bennett
  • Quote

  • Massimo Pigliucci on science and culture
  • Lab or factory?
  • Turning up is not enough
  • Funding

  • A post-pandemic research agenda
  • The grand challenges of research need careful investment
  • Measuring disruption in research articles
  • To improve the nation’s productivity, keep investing in university research
  • A paper exploring REF, funding and journal metrics
  • Effect of increased research funding
  • How long does it take to write a research grant application?
  • Some implications of Brexit for UK research
  • Public engagement and science advocacy
  • Venture research and diversity
  • How many research mavericks do we need?
  • Spending on research and welfare
  • Dual funding and the status quo
  • Balance in Dual Funding for Research
  • Eight great technology debates
  • Global research, local benefit
  • What’s coming for UK research policy?
  • International

  • Novelty and international research collaboration
  • International research and national excellence
  • The increasing internationalisation of research
  • Global research, local benefit
  • Research careers

  • The drivers shaping the future of research
  • The many paths to PhD study
  • Leave science careers to the market?
  • On the research career pyramid
  • Evidence-based policy

  • Measuring disruption in research articles
  • Book review - Inferior by Angela Saini
  • On trade-offs
  • How long does it take to write a research grant application?
  • Understanding academic culture
  • Engaging wisdom from Sciencewise
  • Debating GM crops
  • Assessing impact
  • The evidence divide
  • Metrics

  • Four trends shaping the future of research evaluation
  • Journal brand and research culture
  • A paper exploring REF, funding and journal metrics
  • Citations and the attention loop
  • The increasing internationalisation of research
  • The end of journal impact factors?
  • Measured excellence in research
  • Spin out numbers
  • Research quality

  • Expanding ideas of excellence in research
  • Collaboration, competition and culture
  • Novelty and international research collaboration
  • International research and national excellence
  • Excellence in postgraduate education
  • Citations and the attention loop
  • The benefits of basic research
  • Dimensions of quality research
  • How many research mavericks do we need?
  • Three dilemma of research-teaching interactions
  • Balance in Dual Funding for Research
  • The end of journal impact factors?
  • Measured excellence in research
  • Research assessment

  • Virtual peer review panels - the evidence
  • Four trends shaping the future of research evaluation
  • Thinking about CRediT
  • Expanding ideas of excellence in research
  • Collaboration, competition and culture
  • Impact learning lessons from the REF
  • Anonymous review and the REF
  • The fifth A of assessing impact
  • A paper exploring REF, funding and journal metrics
  • Making space for the academic book of the future
  • Dimensions of quality research
  • Evidencing the REF
  • Questioning research culture
  • Understanding academic culture
  • Assessing impact
  • Open access and research assessment
  • The end of journal impact factors?
  • Dual support

  • How many research mavericks do we need?
  • Scholarship rediscovered
  • Dual funding and the status quo
  • Balance in Dual Funding for Research
  • Journalling

  • The daily pages habit
  • Productivty

  • Lab or factory?
  • The daily pages habit
  • Teaching and research

  • Three dilemma of research-teaching interactions
  • Scholarship rediscovered
  • Universities

  • Impact learning lessons from the REF
  • Public and civic engagement
  • Open access and academic progression
  • Effect of increased research funding
  • Open access: because it’s worth it
  • Scholarship rediscovered
  • Weekly update

  • Weekly update #6
  • Weekly update #5
  • Weekly update #4
  • Weekly update #3
  • Weekly update #2
  • Weekly update #1
  • Open data

  • A culture of open data
  • What is open research?
  • Openness and research integrity
  • care.data – a failure to engage
  • Open data reflections
  • Open data: technology and culture
  • On data management and open research
  • Open research

  • Open access and academic progression
  • Open science and public engagement
  • A culture of open data
  • The drivers shaping the future of research
  • What is open research?
  • Open access: because it’s worth it
  • On commonplace books
  • Openness and research integrity
  • care.data – a failure to engage
  • Open data reflections
  • Open data: technology and culture
  • On data management and open research
  • Impact

  • Tracing the signals of research impact
  • A post-pandemic research agenda
  • Expanding ideas of excellence in research
  • Delivering impact from research needs public participation
  • Social media and impact
  • The grand challenges of research need careful investment
  • Three frontiers for public engagement
  • The geographic impact of research
  • To improve the nation’s productivity, keep investing in university research
  • Impact learning lessons from the REF
  • Measuring the benefits of research
  • Open science and public engagement
  • Balancing impact in the REF
  • The fifth A of assessing impact
  • Some implications of Brexit for UK research
  • On participation and impact
  • The benefits of basic research
  • Dimensions of quality research
  • Evidencing the REF
  • Understanding academic culture
  • On impact
  • Assessing impact
  • Research integrity

  • Journal brand and research culture
  • Questioning research culture
  • Openness and research integrity
  • Postgraduate

  • Excellence in postgraduate education
  • The many paths to PhD study
  • Research culture

  • Four trends shaping the future of research evaluation
  • Text-mining the research literature
  • Thinking about CRediT
  • Journal brand and research culture
  • Expanding ideas of excellence in research
  • Collaboration, competition and culture
  • Book review - Inferior by Angela Saini
  • Effect of increased research funding
  • Making space for the academic book of the future
  • On scholarly monographs and the sciences
  • Questioning research culture
  • Understanding academic culture
  • Equality and diversity

  • Book review - Inferior by Angela Saini
  • Venture research and diversity
  • Scholarly communication

  • Text-mining the research literature
  • Thinking about CRediT
  • Journal brand and research culture
  • Open access monographs in the REF
  • A paper exploring REF, funding and journal metrics
  • The significance of Sci-Hub
  • Making space for the academic book of the future
  • On scholarly monographs and the sciences
  • Admin

  • Reposting HEFCE blog posts
  • Back to blogging
  • Website update
  • Linkpost

  • Thinking about CRediT
  • Social media and impact
  • AI and systematic reviews
  • Public and civic engagement
  • Open access and academic progression
  • Novelty and international research collaboration
  • Effect of increased research funding
  • A culture of open data
  • The significance of Sci-Hub
  • Massimo Pigliucci on science and culture
  • On participation and impact
  • Excellence in postgraduate education
  • Brexit

  • Some implications of Brexit for UK research
  • Europe

  • Some implications of Brexit for UK research
  • Science and culture

  • Massimo Pigliucci on science and culture
  • Policy-making

  • On writing consultation responses
  • On trade-offs
  • Interdisciplinary research

  • Impact learning lessons from the REF
  • The drivers shaping the future of research
  • Ref2014

  • Delivering impact from research needs public participation
  • The geographic impact of research
  • To improve the nation’s productivity, keep investing in university research
  • Impact learning lessons from the REF
  • A paper exploring REF, funding and journal metrics
  • Research-on-research

  • Tracing the signals of research impact
  • Are we ready for more research on research?
  • Measuring disruption in research articles
  • AI and systematic reviews
  • Novelty and international research collaboration
  • Measuring the benefits of research
  • Hefce repost

  • Open access monographs in the REF
  • Delivering impact from research needs public participation
  • Collaboration, competition and culture
  • The grand challenges of research need careful investment
  • The geographic impact of research
  • To improve the nation’s productivity, keep investing in university research
  • Impact learning lessons from the REF
  • Anonymous review and the REF
  • Reposting HEFCE blog posts
  • Ref

  • Expanding ideas of excellence in research
  • Open access monographs in the REF
  • Delivering impact from research needs public participation
  • Social media and impact
  • The geographic impact of research
  • Impact learning lessons from the REF
  • Anonymous review and the REF
  • Peer review

  • Virtual peer review panels - the evidence
  • AI and systematic reviews
  • Anonymous review and the REF
  • Productivity

  • To improve the nation’s productivity, keep investing in university research
  • Ai and research

  • Four trends shaping the future of research evaluation
  • Text-mining the research literature
  • AI and systematic reviews
  • Bibliometrics

  • Tracing the signals of research impact
  • Connecting journal articles
  • Connecting journal articles