How to promote your research?
Would you like to generate impact for your research outside the university world? Reach a wider audience that includes changemakers such as politicians and policymakers? Build interest from funding organisations that might finance your future research? And above all, contribute to a society in which science is better understood?
To help you boost your impact, we created a How to promote your research portal in order to improve the visibility of your research. Have a look at the How to guides, learning opportunities and personalised support from our research communication advisor.
The resources are available for both junior- and senior-level academics:
Step 1: Prepare
Making it easier for others to find your research is the first step towards boosting its impact.
Step 2: Create
Create engaging content using our "How to" guides.
Step 3: Improve
Learn more about maximising your impact with our learning resources.
Take the first step and schedule an introductory meeting with the research communication advisor
by sending an email to email@example.com
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