REF 2014: live reaction

All the reaction to the research excellence framework as we get it

December 18, 2014

5:20pm

Right, that’s all from us. Thanks to the thousands of you who tuned in - we hope that REF 2014 has been a positive experience for you. We’ll continue to bring you the best REF coverage in the coming days and weeks - just keep an eye on our homepage. If you’re (still) looking for the REF results, then here isn’t a bad place to start. Or you could search our site for “REF”. Over and out!

4.46pm

More choice fact use on university twitter profiles. Can you spot what these tweets have in common?

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Now creative interpreting starts! A submission ranked 20th in its unit of assessment can suddenly become first in the country according to its research power score....

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