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Research and Innovation Essentials Series: Consultancy and Contract Research
Consultancy and Contract Research
About this course:
Delivered online - joining link will be forwarded to you beforehand.
Working with external partners such as companies and government bodies can be a great way to improve the impact of your work, obtain funding, develop new research material and build links.
This session will cover 2 mechanisms for working with external organisations; Contract Research and Consultancy.
Come along to hear about how to get involved in this kind of work, the support available and some case studies of successful projects.
As a result of attending this course, you will be able to: - Understand some of the benefits of working with external organisations.
- Understand the difference between Contract Research and Consultancy and when each is an appropriate model to use.
- Know who to contact to support you with developing projects in this area.
- Understand what makes a successful project.
Who should attend this course:
Academics staff (Postdoctoral researchers should have at least 3 years worth of research experience) applying for funding from industry/government sources.
Dr Carrie Rye, Enterprise and Innovation Programmes Manager
Please add yourself to the waiting list and we will contact you once dates are available.