Seduced by the dark side? Embracing impact

My colleague at Nottingham, Brigitte Nerlich, invited me to write a post for the Making Science Public (MSP) blog on a grant application which we heard was funded the week before Christmas. (Brigitte is a co-applicant). For the reasons discussed in the MSP post, the response to the application (from the referees, the panel, and the research council in question, EPSRC) has done a great deal to allay many of my long-standing concerns about the so-called impact agenda…

The MSP post is here.

 

Author: Philip Moriarty

Physicist. Rush fan. Father of three. (Not Rush fans. Yet.) Rants not restricted to the key of E minor...

4 thoughts on “Seduced by the dark side? Embracing impact”

  1. Surely, surely, rants should be in the key of d minor, the saddest of all keys?

    (Bummer that the title gives away the punch line but, unlike many other things, Spinal Tap is still funny even if you know what’s coming.)

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  2. Surely, surely, rants should be in the key of d minor, the saddest of all keys?

    (Bummer that the title gives away the punch line but, unlike many other things, Spinal Tap is still funny even if you know what’s coming.)
    ,,

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