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Just how important is the problem of predatory publishing?Impact Blog - LSE5 dayssaveRefWorks
Recent evolution in human brain sizeEvo and proud6 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: The Surprisingly Imprecise History of MeasurementImpact Blog - LSE6 dayssaveRefWorks
Requiem for a Tweet– Is there a future for the academic social capital held on the platform?Impact Blog - LSE7 dayssaveRefWorks
Sunlight not shadows: Double-anonymised peer review is not the answer to status biasImpact Blog - LSE8 dayssaveRefWorks
To understand uses of personal data in the present, people draw on the past and imagine the futureImpact Blog - LSE9 dayssaveRefWorks
How intelligent open science can inform our response to global crisesImpact Blog - LSE11 dayssaveRefWorks
Giorgia Meloni: The hard work is just startingEvo and proud13 dayssaveRefWorks
Navigating co-design and nudge: Evidence and expertise in practiceImpact Blog - LSE15 dayssaveRefWorks
Academics can easily leave Twitter’s town square, but it will be much harder for their institutionsImpact Blog - LSE16 dayssaveRefWorks
When the safety of being right makes change hard– Introducing the Epistemic BunkerImpact Blog - LSE18 dayssaveRefWorks
Joining the Scientist Rebellion– Can research have impact without losing neutrality?Impact Blog - LSE19 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Where Research Begins: Choosing a Research Project that Matters to You (and the World) by Thomas S. Mullaney and Christopher ReaImpact Blog - LSE21 dayssaveRefWorks
As Musk takes control are we heading to an‘everything app’ or the break-up of academic twitter?  Impact Blog - LSE22 dayssaveRefWorks
Reforming research assessment in Spain requires greater university autonomyImpact Blog - LSE24 dayssaveRefWorks
Two minds better than one – Does research funding and support for collaboration lead to more innovative research?Impact Blog - LSE25 dayssaveRefWorks
Looking beyond the dataEvo and proud25 dayssaveRefWorks
Measuring the toll of COVID-19 on academic parents and what we can do about itImpact Blog - LSE26 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Horizon Work: At the Edge of Knowledge in an Age of Runaway Climate Change by Adriana PetrynaImpact Blog - LSE28 dayssaveRefWorks
Linking research to localities – The City-Region Economic Development Institute (City-REDI)Impact Blog - LSE30 dayssaveRefWorks
Reviewing the Rights Retention Strategy– A pathway to wider Open Access?Impact Blog - LSE31 dayssaveRefWorks
Eppur si muoveEvo and proud32 dayssaveRefWorks
Five lessons from four centuries of journal publishing– What the history of the Philosophical Transactions tells us about academic publishingImpact Blog - LSE32 dayssaveRefWorks
Food Sovereignty as a model for scholar-led open access publishingImpact Blog - LSE33 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Doing Economics: What You Should Have Learned in Grad School– But Didn’t by Marc F. BellemareImpact Blog - LSE35 dayssaveRefWorks
Sex differences in the whites of the eyesEvo and proud37 dayssaveRefWorks
The dream of‘editormetrics’ – Why a FAIR dataset of journal editors would benefit all researchersImpact Blog - LSE37 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: A Research Agenda for Experimental Economics edited by Ananish ChaudhuriImpact Blog - LSE37 dayssaveRefWorks
Telling the truth, uniting behind the science– Climate coalitions and science’s place in societyImpact Blog - LSE44 dayssaveRefWorks
How some populations adapt to vitamin D scarcityEvo and proud45 dayssaveRefWorks
The great convergence– Does increasing standardisation of journal articles limit intellectual creativity?Impact Blog - LSE46 dayssaveRefWorks
Contrary to media narratives, higher education has little impact on students’ political viewsImpact Blog - LSE47 dayssaveRefWorks
European Hair, Eye, and Skin Color: Solving the PuzzleEvo and proud53 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Cloud Empires: How Digital Platforms Are Overtaking the State and How We Can Regain Control by Vili LehdonvirtaImpact Blog - LSE56 dayssaveRefWorks
Is it ethical to be friends with research participants?Impact Blog - LSE58 dayssaveRefWorks
Cutting and Pasting the PastImpact Blog - LSE59 dayssaveRefWorks
Is intelligence all that matters for a successful society?Evo and proud61 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: How the World Really Works: A Scientist’s Guide to Our Past, Present and Future by Vaclav SmilImpact Blog - LSE68 dayssaveRefWorks
An introvert’s guide to academic networking and hybrid eventsImpact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
The Great DeclineEvo and proud72 dayssaveRefWorks
Open Access and the enduring myths of the long 1990sImpact Blog - LSE73 dayssaveRefWorks
Aphorism and twitter– A distinct medium for constructing knowledgeImpact Blog - LSE75 dayssaveRefWorks
Research assessments tell us what and who did research impact, but say little about the why and how.Impact Blog - LSE80 dayssaveRefWorks
How real is the Flynn effect? Part IIEvo and proud81 dayssaveRefWorks
The focus on misinformation leads to a profound misunderstanding of why people believe and act on bad informationImpact Blog - LSE82 dayssaveRefWorks
The APC question mark hovering over the OSTP announcementImpact Blog - LSE85 dayssaveRefWorks
Surveying the landscape of UK University policy engagement– What are we doing differently and why?Impact Blog - LSE87 dayssaveRefWorks
How real is the Flynn effect?Evo and proud89 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Driving With Strangers: What Hitchhiking Tells Us about Humanity by Jonathan PurkisImpact Blog - LSE91 dayssaveRefWorks
Post-COVID and the new normal for Early Career ResearchersImpact Blog - LSE93 dayssaveRefWorks
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