REF 2014: live reaction

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

December 18, 2014

5:20pm

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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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