Monthly Archives: March 2016

  1. Innovation as social experiment

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    March 15, 2016 by Kate Bowles

    The social responsibility of university researchers investigating is typically governed by codes of conduct and processes of approval, to make …
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  2. Looking for astronauts

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    March 7, 2016 by Kate Bowles

    We’ve begun our investigation of research practices for (future) media and communication professionals looking at curiosity as a fundamental quality …
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  3. Can you trust academic research?

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    March 7, 2016 by Kate Bowles

    This blogpost, ‘Critical evaluation of information,’ by Australian researcher Mandy Lupton lays out in really helpful detail the issues and challenges involved …
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  4. What should researchers disclose?

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    March 6, 2016 by Kate Bowles

      Quite a bit of research that makes its way into public discussion is produced by professional research firms on …
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  5. Starting the conversation yourself

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    March 2, 2016 by Kate Bowles

    In this week’s Times Higher Education blog, Matthew Reisz reviews a new book about the pros and cons of blogging for scientists. Science …
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  6. Learn by being researched

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    March 2, 2016 by Kate Bowles

    One of the ways to learn about how research is conducted, is by volunteering to contribute to a research project. …
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  7. Researching the future of work

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    March 1, 2016 by Kate Bowles

    There’s a lot of research being reported at the moment that is essentially predictive: what do people think is going …
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