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Book Review: COVID-19 and Psychology: People and Society in Times of Pandemic by John G. HaasImpact Blog - LSE1 daysaveRefWorks
Extreme founder events among ancestral EuropeansEvo and proud2 dayssaveRefWorks
3 Challenges for a reparatory social scienceImpact Blog - LSE3 dayssaveRefWorks
The true costs of knowledge exchange– a checklistImpact Blog - LSE4 dayssaveRefWorks
Rankings affect the financial sustainability of English universities, just not for the eliteImpact Blog - LSE5 dayssaveRefWorks
Three false starts on the road to open social scienceImpact Blog - LSE6 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Revolutionary Routines: The Habits of Social Transformation by Carolyn PedwellImpact Blog - LSE8 dayssaveRefWorks
Ancestral East Asians and adaptation to coronavirusesEvo and proud9 dayssaveRefWorks
Should you be highlighting that paper you’re reading?Impact Blog - LSE10 dayssaveRefWorks
What do researchers think about paying to publish open access– Findings from a global surveyImpact Blog - LSE12 dayssaveRefWorks
The next REF should place greater value on the‘impact-in-process’ generated by co-produced research.Impact Blog - LSE13 dayssaveRefWorks
Reclaiming Histories with Feminist Digitisation Practices: Researching Millicent Garrett Fawcett: Selected WritingsImpact Blog - LSE15 dayssaveRefWorks
Research Rituals– Finding the value of writing accountability groupsImpact Blog - LSE16 dayssaveRefWorks
Rootless or rooted in regions? International researchers and local engagementImpact Blog - LSE17 dayssaveRefWorks
Planning for Impact– A framework for achievable impacts in grant applications and impact statements.Impact Blog - LSE18 dayssaveRefWorks
Humans and the olfactory environmentEvo and proud19 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Transnational Black Feminism and Qualitative Research: Black Women, Racialization and Migration by Tanja J. BurkhardImpact Blog - LSE22 dayssaveRefWorks
Recent cognitive evolution in Europe: a new study of ancient DNAEvo and proud26 dayssaveRefWorks
The Home Office plan for‘high potential visas’ is no master cardImpact Blog - LSE32 dayssaveRefWorks
Science Diplomacy in times of War– To what extent should western countries distance themselves from Russian Science?Impact Blog - LSE33 dayssaveRefWorks
Recent cognitive evolution: The case of Ashkenazi JewsEvo and proud33 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Complaint! by Sara AhmedImpact Blog - LSE36 dayssaveRefWorks
Disambiguating ImpactImpact Blog - LSE37 dayssaveRefWorks
The case against Revise and ResubmitImpact Blog - LSE38 dayssaveRefWorks
Narratives and Evidence– Which stories about COVID-19 did we believe and why?Impact Blog - LSE39 dayssaveRefWorks
A virus that increases intelligence, and what else?Evo and proud40 dayssaveRefWorks
Simplifying Responsible Research and Innovation– A tool building in societal readiness into researchImpact Blog - LSE41 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Narrative Expansions: Interpreting Decolonisation in Academic Libraries edited by Jess Crilly and Regina EverittImpact Blog - LSE43 dayssaveRefWorks
Lives change across academic careers– so should your writing habitsImpact Blog - LSE45 dayssaveRefWorks
New AI tools that can write student essays require educators to rethink teaching and assessmentImpact Blog - LSE47 dayssaveRefWorks
When did Europe pull ahead?Evo and proud47 dayssaveRefWorks
Aspirational metrics– A guide for working towards citational justiceImpact Blog - LSE48 dayssaveRefWorks
Polarisation and the network harassment of science journalists.Impact Blog - LSE51 dayssaveRefWorks
Stratification, Centralisation and the REF– The changing face of the UK university workforceImpact Blog - LSE52 dayssaveRefWorks
Do we need all the components of the Research Excellence Framework?Impact Blog - LSE53 dayssaveRefWorks
Red is beautiful: Perceived femininity of skin color in an African populationEvo and proud54 dayssaveRefWorks
How can researchers influence policy when their work lies outside the political mainstream?Impact Blog - LSE55 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Underdogs: Social Deviance and Queer Theory by Heather LoveImpact Blog - LSE57 dayssaveRefWorks
Global conflict and the rise of‘post naïve’ science diplomacy.Impact Blog - LSE58 dayssaveRefWorks
Who Uses Open Access Research? Evidence from the use of US National Academies Reports Impact Blog - LSE59 dayssaveRefWorks
War in Ukraine highlights the enduring myths of science diplomacy.Impact Blog - LSE60 dayssaveRefWorks
Leave, Adapt, Resist– Time to rethink Academic Twitter?Impact Blog - LSE61 dayssaveRefWorks
Recent cognitive evolution in West Africa: the Niger's roleEvo and proud63 dayssaveRefWorks
5 Strategies for Hitting a Writing DeadlineImpact Blog - LSE65 dayssaveRefWorks
Quick, but not dirty– Can rapid evidence reviews reliably inform policy?Impact Blog - LSE67 dayssaveRefWorks
Descriptive statistics are essential to making complex analyses useful.Impact Blog - LSE69 dayssaveRefWorks
What does Open Science mean for disciplines where pen and paper are still the main working methods?Impact Blog - LSE73 dayssaveRefWorks
Podcast: Do we need the arts to change the world?Impact Blog - LSE80 dayssaveRefWorks
From science to stanzas– The role of poetry in research communicationImpact Blog - LSE81 dayssaveRefWorks
Are personal academic blogs a thing of the past?Impact Blog - LSE83 dayssaveRefWorks
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