• Home Office have updated their Areas of Research Interest

    The ‘Areas of Research Interests’(ARIs) are documents setting out the key research questions for government departments. They include information on departmental research systems, research and data publication policies and research and development strategies. Home Office Public Safety The changing landscape of crime Modern slavery Child sexual exploitation Money laundering, alternative currencies and distributed ledger technologies…

  • Department for Transport and National Institute for Health Research have updated their Areas of Research Interest

    The ‘Areas of Research Interests’(ARIs) are documents setting out the key research questions for government departments. They include information on departmental research systems, research and data publication policies and research and development strategies. Department of Health and Social Care – National Institute for Health Research Antimicrobial resistance Drugs, diagnostics and medical equipment for elderly patients…

  • Cabinet Office have updated their Areas of Research Interest

    The ‘Areas of Research Interests’(ARIs) are documents setting out the key research questions for government departments. They include information on departmental research systems, research and data publication policies and research and development strategies. Cabinet Office Areas of Research Interest 2019 a) Public services Context: The most difficult challenges faced by our public services are complex…

  • Taking Research Beyond the Campus

      Taking Research Beyond the Campus Wednesday 1 May 2019, 11:00-15:00     I4P and the Research Office are hosting a workshop on developing impactful research and knowledge exchange, gaining an understanding of how academic research can be impactful beyond the academy. With a focus beyond REF 2021, how can EHU academics capitalise on excellence…

  • Researcher Development Programme (RDP): Introduction to the publishing process

      Introduction to the publishing process Wednesday 10 April 2019, 12:00-13:00   This session will consider the steps required to get an article published. This will include selecting a publication, avoiding predatory publishers, submitting an article, submitting to EHRA and considering the REF timeline. Please visit My View to book a place or contact Helen Bell

  • Deapartment for Work and Pensions have updated their Areas of Research Interest

    The ‘Areas of Research Interests’ (ARIs) are documents setting out the key research questions for government departments. They include information on departmental research systems, research and data publication policies and research and development strategies. Department of Work and Pensions objectives:  Build a more prosperous society by supporting people into work and helping them to realise…

  • Researcher Development Programme (RDP): Where to Publish?

      Where to Publish? Wednesday 9 January 2019, 12:00-13:00   Select the appropriate publication for your article and get some tips on what editors are looking for and how to evaluate journals and avoid predatory publishers. Please visit My View to book a place or contact Annette Ramsden

  • Researcher Development Programme (RDP): Citation Metrics: Measure Your Influence

      Citation Metrics: Measure Your Influence Wednesday 14 November 2018, 14:00-16:00     Have you wondered how influential your publications are? Do colleagues read them? Do they cite them? Who has cited them? When? Where? – and most importantly, How often? This session will provide a critical outline of author citation metrics. Please visit My View to…

  • Researcher Development Programme (RDP): Open Access and EHRA

    Open Access and EHRA Wednesday 31 October 2018, 12:00-13:00   This session is an introduction to using EHRA for maintaining a repository for your publications. By the end of the session you will be aware of: – How to upload your research papers – How to comply with the EHU and HEFCE open access policies…