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EPSRC Presentation - Why "Impact" Matters

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The Research Councils are encouraging researchers to be actively involved in thinking about how they will achieve excellence with impact and to explore the pathways for realising the impact. For this reason, the Research Councils have introduced a “Pathways to Impact” section at application stage where researchers are required to consider what the impacts of their work might be and how it can be realised.

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) will be giving a presentation on “Impact” including;

  • What is impact and why is it important?
  • What do I need to do when writing my application?
  • Tips for writing a good Pathway to Impact
  • Opportunity for Q&A

Who should attend? Anyone who has an interest in EPSRC research grants including academics, facilitators and administrators.

This presentation will also be given earlier in the day at 12pm – 1pm in Room FW11 , Computer Laboratory, William Gates Building.

It would be helpful, though not essential, if you could indicate which session you will be attending by e-mailing

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