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Why retaining fundamental research funding for the social sciences and humanities is critical to producing societally relevant research

Benneworth, Paul; Maxwell, Kate

This is a short analysis published on Elephant in the lab – a blog journal on science policy. It is part of a series of articles analysing Ethics in Science.

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