Kudos, the service for accelerating research impact through strategic communications management, has announced the foundation partners for its Bridging the Divide research project, which will identify critical areas in which researchers need better support for engaging with collaborators and audiences beyond academia.
The project’s first headline sponsor is the International Centre for the Study of Research, a new initiative launched by Elsevier to facilitate progress in operationalising definitions of, and metrics for, societal impact. The Centre’s Advisory Board comprises an international group of academics whose diverse experiences of research cultures will provide a valuable foundation on which Bridging the Divide can build.
Contributing and participating sponsors include the American Society of Microbiology, Brill and Royal Society of Chemistry.
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