Simona Cerrato reports on a new generation of scientists who are confounding expectations and proving much more willing to engage with the public.
Mark Hahnel for the LSE Impact Blog presents findings from the largest continuous survey of academic attitudes to open data, has it inadvertently fed the publish or perish culture?
Conference presentations often follow a simple narrative format. Pat Thomson discusses the benefits of adopting a less linear narrative structure and how doing so can create space for discussing the key messages in a research presentation.
The HRA has launched new guidelines on how to involve patients and the public in research, Their new webpages introduce four key principles for best practice in public involvement.