Following the publication last week of the REF 2021 results, Professor Dominik Zaum, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research & Innovation), shares some personal reflections on the REF process.
Researchers have demonstrated remarkable resilience in the face of significant challenge; the demands of balancing workloads, extensions on research projects impacted by COVID-19 and unexpected cuts to ODA funding, which…Read More >
What does a University press office do? As part of Marketing, Communications and Engagement (MCE), there is sometimes a misunderstanding that communications at a university is only about recruiting students….Read More >
Snakebite envenomation is a disease of poverty which predominantly affects rural agricultural communities in developing countries. Worldwide, for every five minutes at least 50 people are being bitten by snakes…Read More >
At our summer event to celebrate the University’s collaborative effort in our submission to REF2021, Professor Rosa Freedman talked about her work and how she engages with a wide range…Read More >
As lead author on one of the University’s REF impact case studies, Carola Hillenbrand reflects on the team effort which characterised their work and what she has learned about engaging…Read More >
Deepa Senapathi, a researcher in the University’s ‘bee team’, reflects on her experience working in a large integrated team with a wide range of stakeholders, and suggests reasons why their…Read More >
As 2020 begins, the the Research Excellence Framework submission date is on the horizon. Professor Parveen Yaqoob, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research, outlines how to make use of every available opportunity…Read More >