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REFLECTING ON REF2014 - WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
REFLECTING ON REF2014 - WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
BOOST FOR UK RESEARCH RATINGS
BOOST FOR UK RESEARCH RATINGS
HALF OF WOULD-BE POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS PUT OFF BY FEES
HALF OF WOULD-BE POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS PUT OFF BY FEES
CABLE CALLS FOR MORE SPENDING ON R & D
CABLE CALLS FOR MORE SPENDING ON R & D
GRADUATE WAGE PREMIUM FALLS
GRADUATE WAGE PREMIUM FALLS
WHICH? RANKS UNIVERSITIES BY STUDENT LIFESTYLE
WHICH? RANKS UNIVERSITIES BY STUDENT LIFESTYLE
CHANCELLOR BACKS SCIENCE AND POSTGRADUATES
CHANCELLOR BACKS SCIENCE AND POSTGRADUATES
HEi-THINK: SHOULD UNIVERSITIES HELP STUDENTS TO VOTE?
HEi-THINK: SHOULD UNIVERSITIES HELP STUDENTS TO VOTE?
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REF2014 – results, comments, debates and media

The REF2014 results have been published, the numbers have been crunched and poured into league tables, and the debates over measures and funding have kicked off. HEi-know rounds up the first day's coverage and comments.

HEi-think: Good news for Science and Innovation but funding worries remain

Professor Martin Barstow, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Head of the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Leicester, welcomes commitment to science funding in the government’s new Science and Innovation Strategy, but worries that threatened across-the-board cuts could still hit science and research budgets.

HEi-think: REFlecting on REF2014 – What have we learned?

Professor Nick Talbot, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Knowledge Transfer) at the University of Exeter, considers what REF2014 says about the state of research in UK higher education, and how research excellence is now measured and demonstrated.

Government launches science and innovation strategy

The Department for Business Innovation and Skills has published the UK Government’s Science and Innovation Strategy, which sets out priorities for investment and support in science, research and innovation over the next 10 years.

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