Topic: Research issues

Science student looking through microscope in a laboratory

How COVID-19 widened the gender research gap as women were left juggling caring and career duties

The first in a series of inequality-focused blogs by academics from the International Network for Government Science Advice (INGSA) looks ...
Blame games: how can blossoming policy-research relations survive the COVID-19 recriminations?

Blame games: how can blossoming policy-research relations survive the COVID-19 recriminations?

Amid the understandable desire to take public stock of how the pandemic was managed, Matthew Flinders asks how to ensure ...

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Traveller shows 'vaccine passport' on mobile phone.

The dilemma of opening up: a rapid call for evidence on the issue of vaccine passports and unequal freedoms

Over the next few months, every country will face a common and tricky challenge: how do you open up in ...
A line of bottles containing COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 has sparked new relationships between the academic and policy worlds. How do we maintain them when the threat recedes?

Behavioural scientist Stephen Reicher highlights three key areas that must be addressed if academics and policymakers are to maintain the ...
Should we be rethinking how we gather evidence on the impacts of COVID-19?

Should we be rethinking how we gather evidence on the impacts of COVID-19?

IPPO’s project lead for Wales addresses the challenge – for researchers and policymakers alike – of how to reach the ...