Why some researchers are using ‘serious games’ to engage stakeholders in complicated decisions.
Academics are increasingly using comic books to teach and communicate science, even as strong, unbiased evidence of the effectiveness of doing so is missing. A recent review found that empirical research on the effectiveness of comics in science Read more […]
ndividual, but also for the progress of science, because how scientists feel affects the research they do. Researching without passion is routinely assumed to infringe on its quality and novelty. As external funding directs ever more research, it is time for funders to take scientists’ emotions seriously.
UniSAFE is a three-year project funded by the European Commission aiming to eradicate gender-based violence in academia and research. Launched in 2021, the project will provide up-to-date, robust and reliable data on gender-based violence, including newly emerging forms of violence, in universities and research performing organisations. These results will then be translated into recommendations and a toolbox for universities and research organisations intent on eradicating it.
Research is one of the most important roles the academic and scientific community plays in society. It helps us to understand more about the world and our place in it. For students, graduate research programs are the best place to begin their careers Read more […]
Written by Eoin Galligan, Business Development Manager, University of Aarhus Abstract: In recent years, Governments have changed university funding in order to expand the outcomes achieved by university research. In addition to publications, Read more […]
By Eoin Galligan Introduction The university research sector has experienced major change over the last 10 or so years. Key funding programmes such as Horizon 2020, changed the traditional outcomes of research, with new vocabulary such as ‘impact’ Read more […]
By Ivana Kurecic and Chloe Hill What motivates scientists to engage with policymaking? As researchers, most of us entered our scientific disciplines to gain a better understanding of the world, or by our desire to contribute to society by Read more […]
Our society has come to heavily depend upon the advancements in healthcare brought about by clinical research. Without decades of medical research and clinical trials, thousands of treatments and medications would not be available. Presumably, nearly Read more […]
This briefing from Wellcome relates to the BREXIT impact on health research and cooperation in medical trials and data sharing.
This article evidences results from ESOF 2020, by having travel grantees telling their personal experiences as early-career researchers.
This article shows how COVID19 triggered changes in research culture and how science and technology helped to improve our quality of life.