Making research digestible

11th June 2019, 12:30pm

Co>Space North, Leeds
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How can research come down from the ivory tower and into the community?

In this session, we will explore why researchers should bother engaging with a wider audience, why those who operate outside of the ‘academic bubble’ would benefit from engaging with the researchers and how this gap between the theoretical and the practical can be bridged.

Mihaela Gruia is a social and data scientist passionate about the intersection between research, communication and design. She is the founder and Director of Research Retold, a specialist research communication service with a vision to make research accessible and to have a positive impact in society. Research Retold supports researchers and evaluators to engage with non-experts by making their findings digestible and enabling their research to be acted on.

Co>Space North, Platform (Floor 5), New Station Street, Leeds, LS1 4JB, U.K.


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