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The ‘Science and Security: Research Impact and Co-Production of Knowledge’ (Research Integrator) will run between 2013 and 2015.

Enhanced knowledge transfer and exchange (KTE) between academia, governments and industry is now key to successful research impact and in providing partnerships that support intellectual insight and technological innovation. In this research integrator role, we will work alongside a range of successfully-funded science and security projects and Dstl, functioning as a facilitator - a critical friend in order to allow project teams, through their own impact plans and co-ordination with other research teams, to produce high quality and user-friendly research outputs and knowledge.

We will use ‘Case Study Integrity Fora’ (CSIF) to facilitate connections between academic research and the users of research, supplemented with the use of specialist online software and series of supplementary stakeholder engagement meetings to form a new approach – the Research Impact Co-Production of Knowledge (RICK) Strategy.

 

Researchers

The University of Warwick research integrator team comprises:
Stuart Croft
Jon Coaffee
George Christou
Osman Hassan
Nick Vaughan-Williams.

Supported

Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
Defence Science Technology Laboratory (DSTL) an agency of the UK Ministry of Defence.