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Are identical twins really identical?Evo and proud1 daysaveRefWorks
For the sake of all involved, we should stop the REF clockImpact Blog - LSE1 daysaveRefWorks
Book Review: Embedding Young People’s Participation in Health Services: New Approaches edited by Louca-Mai BradyImpact Blog - LSE2 dayssaveRefWorks
Four guiding principles for choosing frameworks and indicators to assess research impactImpact Blog - LSE2 dayssaveRefWorks
In 2021 let’s do institutional academic social media better.Impact Blog - LSE6 dayssaveRefWorks
To communicate scientific research, we need to confront motivated ignoranceImpact Blog - LSE7 dayssaveRefWorks
Are fungal pathogens manipulating human behavior?Evo and proud8 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Good Economics for Hard Times: Better Answers to Our Biggest Problems by Abhijit V. Banerjee and Esther DufloImpact Blog - LSE10 dayssaveRefWorks
What Happened?Kieran Healy's Weblog11 dayssaveRefWorks
The Rule of Truth: How fallacies can help stem the COVID-19 infodemicImpact Blog - LSE12 dayssaveRefWorks
Podcast: Has social science influenced the policy response to COVID-19?Impact Blog - LSE13 dayssaveRefWorks
The mental qualities that make a society workableEvo and proud16 dayssaveRefWorks
Frank Salter and the National QuestionEvo and proud24 dayssaveRefWorks
2020 In Review– An Impact Reading ListImpact Blog - LSE30 dayssaveRefWorks
Brain size and family structure in EstoniaEvo and proud31 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Legal Protection for Traditional Knowledge: Towards A New Law for Indigenous Intellectual Property by Anindya BhuktaImpact Blog - LSE31 dayssaveRefWorks
Cross National Death RatesKieran Healy's Weblog32 dayssaveRefWorks
Academia meets Romancelandia: Or, what Scholars Can Learn from Romance WritersImpact Blog - LSE33 dayssaveRefWorks
Look to the commons for the future of R&D and science policy Impact Blog - LSE34 dayssaveRefWorks
The relevance of political science and the public responsibility of political scientistsImpact Blog - LSE35 dayssaveRefWorks
How to Conduct Valid Social Science Research Using MTurk– A checklistImpact Blog - LSE36 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Mass Appeal: Communicating Policy Ideas in Multiple Media by Justin GestImpact Blog - LSE38 dayssaveRefWorks
Writing fiction as scholarly workImpact Blog - LSE40 dayssaveRefWorks
The COVID-safe university is an opportunity to end the default ableism of academiaImpact Blog - LSE41 dayssaveRefWorks
What will the legacy of the COVID-19 pandemic be for Early Career Researchers?Impact Blog - LSE42 dayssaveRefWorks
Large differences at a few genes?Evo and proud42 dayssaveRefWorks
Rewarding contributions to research culture is part of building a better universityImpact Blog - LSE43 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Experiences of Academics from a Working-Class Heritage by Carole BinnsImpact Blog - LSE45 dayssaveRefWorks
Works of fiction? Impact statements should focus on pathways to impact over short-term outcomesImpact Blog - LSE47 dayssaveRefWorks
Why do we need a social imagination?Impact Blog - LSE48 dayssaveRefWorks
Beyond mandates: For open science to become a norm, it must be recognised and rewardedImpact Blog - LSE49 dayssaveRefWorks
The genetics of susceptibility to COVID-19Evo and proud50 dayssaveRefWorks
COVID-19: Where is the data?Impact Blog - LSE50 dayssaveRefWorks
Author Interview: Q and A with Dr Phillipa K. Chong on Inside the Critics’ Circle: Book Reviewing in Uncertain TimesImpact Blog - LSE52 dayssaveRefWorks
Building new bridges between research and policy during a national lockdownImpact Blog - LSE54 dayssaveRefWorks
For COVID-19 vaccination programmes to be effective history shows gender equality in science is necessaryImpact Blog - LSE55 dayssaveRefWorks
The impacts agenda is an autonomous push for opening up and democratizing academia, not part of a neo-liberal hegemonyImpact Blog - LSE61 dayssaveRefWorks
Why COVID-19 led Bristol University Press to introduce a Rapid Responses formatImpact Blog - LSE61 dayssaveRefWorks
The problem with accessibility checklistsImpact Blog - LSE62 dayssaveRefWorks
Should supervisors be training PhD students to achieve impact?Impact Blog - LSE63 dayssaveRefWorks
The need for open data sharing in the era of global pandemicsImpact Blog - LSE64 dayssaveRefWorks
“But I’m not ready!” Common barriers to writing and how to overcome themImpact Blog - LSE65 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Me, Not You: The Trouble with Mainstream Feminism by Alison PhippsImpact Blog - LSE66 dayssaveRefWorks
Sonia Livingstone on launching a book in lockdown:“I’m almost to the point of thinking it is better this way”Impact Blog - LSE67 dayssaveRefWorks
‘The government is following the science’: Why is the translation of evidence into policy generating so much controversy?Impact Blog - LSE69 dayssaveRefWorks
After the crisis, economics needs to slow downImpact Blog - LSE70 dayssaveRefWorks
Reflections on the rapid response roundtableImpact Blog - LSE71 dayssaveRefWorks
How to run an academic writing retreat and bring the campus back togetherImpact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Predict and Surveil: Data, Discretion and the Future of Policing by Sarah BrayneImpact Blog - LSE73 dayssaveRefWorks
Equipping PhD researchers for social media successImpact Blog - LSE74 dayssaveRefWorks
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