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#whywedoresearch: more than a hashtag, it is the foundation of a way of life
#whywedoresearch It’s a nice hashtag – #whywedoresearch. But what does it really mean in an uncertain, insecure academic climate? How do we answer that question when on the bad days we’re struggling to find an answer much beyond ‘I really don’t know because I am very tired’. And on some days, my answer would be […]
Playing the research game
We’re delighted to bring you a blogpost from Arun Verma, PhD student at University of Dundee (who has just submitted his thesis). Arun is also one of our past correspondents, who writes today as a guest blogger. Recent conversations with colleagues have kept bringing up this notion that academic research is a game to be […]
Governing research evidence: What you need to know about the big evidence debate
In the third post in his series looking at barriers to effective research communication and uptake, Andrew Clappison turns his attention to the drive for evidence based policy and governing evidence use. Two key themes that could shape the future of research and its use, and have huge implications for public policy more generally. Governing research evidence: […]
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