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Equality and the REF 2021 consultation

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Does the potential for the use of headcounts in determining REF2021 submissions run the risk of breaching equalities law? James Hand highlights the potential issues.

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REF just got real: mist now clearing on the road to 2021

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Changes to the research impact and environment sections of REF2021 highlight the way the wider policy landscape is changing. James Wilsdon makes sense of the latest decisions.

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REF2021: much still to be decided

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Another REF consultation exercise? David Kernohan surveys what still needs to be decided as we move ever closer to the end of the cycle.

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A beginner’s guide to Open Access

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Access to research publications is one of the key issues faced by researchers and scholarly publishers. For those new to the area, Graham Steel and David Kernohan explain.

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Significant responsibility – an update on the consultation for REF 2021

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HEFCE's David Sweeney provides an update on how ‘research-active’ status will be determined for the purposes of submission to REF 2021.

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Nine brains or megabrain: who’s making UKRI?

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UKRI is starting to take shape behind the scenes. James Wilsdon has spoken to dozens of key players to lift the curtain on what promises to be a transformation in the UK research and innovation landscape.

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The post-Brexit lessons from Switzerland for UK HE and science

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After years of turbulence in Switzerland, the country's relationship with EU research and mobility programmes outside the EU might point the way for the UK post-Brexit.

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Making staff selection work in REF 2021

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Institutional 'significance tests' for REF staff selection may be the solution the thorny issues presented by the Stern Review. Tom Frostick explains how it could work.

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Lacking creativity: Industrial strategy and the arts

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Andrew McRae argues that our national obsession with STEM research and skills neglects the importance of creative industries, and the subjects which teach them, to our economy.

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How do you solve a problem like REF 2021?

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'Whole staff submission' to the next REF is reputedly a red line for the universities minister. How is this to be reconciled with a sector that believes it is unworkable and undesirable? Martin McQuillan investigates.

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