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Analysing the Risks in UK Pension Scheme: Evaluation of the Impact of the King’s College London Research

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Evaluating Impact of the PROV Data Model: How Impact Science gathered evidence for REF 2021 for King’s College London and Newcastle University

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Evolving Alongside Technology: The Academy of Management’s Journey into a Digital Future

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Improve REF 2021 Preparations With Impact Science

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Research Communication in the Information Age: Neurology Research Made Short and Simple

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How do we get young scientists to communicate science?

That it is time for scientists to move out of their ivory tower is sometimes seen as a reductive call to action. Yet as the topic of science communication emerges as a focal…

REF case studies: making the most of the extra page

When research impact was introduced as one of the assessment criteria for the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, the main way universities were asked to…

Politics and policy: achieving research impact through Parliament

Of all the ways that research can turn into benefits for the wider world, one of the strongest and potentially furthest-reaching is when it transforms public policy.

Everything you need to know about REF 2021 in the UK

The 2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF) is fast approaching. It is a high-stakes game, in which senior academic leaders are deeply involved.

Discoverability is probably a bigger problem than paywalls

This is the first in a series of articles that discuss the various issues plaguing the discoverability of research worldwide. In the past year, “Open Access” has been..

Science communication through the ages: storytelling in science

Man has been telling stories about natural phenomena since time immemorial; we have been wondering about ourselves and the universe

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Make the Best of This New Virtual World with Virtual Posters

In this past year, the world has lived almost exclusively online. Stuck at home, unable to see colleagues, prevented from commuting to work, all our work lives been affected directly or indirectly by the pandemic.

Academic Podcasts: Let’s Hear It for A New Revolution in SciComm

No, I’m not referring to The Joe Rogan Experience or the Elon Musk Pod. Nor am I talking about Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance (although you have to agree, most of 2020 felt like one).

Telling the Stories of Science: The Infographic

Are the sciences and the arts two disparate units of the universe? Or are they irrevocably intertwined? What happens when a dollop of art drops on a scientific report?

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