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Seven habits of highly successful research (15 Feb 17)

Not enough money, greater accountability and they want better results! - A leading researcher gives you seven principles to follow when undertaking research


Does this sound like you?

Don’t worry: no one’s out to get you. But things are certainly getting tougher.

Funding bodies, government agencies and even your own organisation all now insist that you define what you want projects to achieve, track and report how you are doing and take steps to improve.

Good intentions or trying hard just won’t wash any more. No…

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