Tag Archive: knowledge exchange

May 17

BBSRC – Flexible Interchange Programme (FLIP)

BBSRC Flip

BBSRC’s Flexible Interchange Programme (FLIP) supports the movement of people from one environment to a different one to exchange knowledge/technology/skills, developing bioscience research/researchers and addressing our strategic priorities. FLIP awards provide flexible opportunities for individuals (“the interchangers”) moving between different organisations, disciplines and sectors at all stages in their career beyond the PhD (or equivalent). …

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Oct 16

AHRC Wants Your Views on Draft Strategy “The Human World”

little people in our life size world by Mark Eslick CC BY 2.0

The AHRC is seeking comments on its recently published draft 5-year strategy, subtitled “The Human World” (presumably as a nod to its emphasis on international collaboration in arts and humanities within the strategy): AHRC Strategy 2013-2018 draft published for comment If you want to have your say you’ve got just under a month to fill …

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May 09

Internationalisation of Small Businesses: Research and Knowledge Exchange Fund

destination by D Petzold CC BY-SA 2

The Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) has announced the latest round of its Research and Knowledge Exchange Fund. A partnership between ISBE, Barclays, ESRC and the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship, the fund aims to bring together academics with the third sector, consultants and practitioners to generate an entrepreneurial community of research practice. …

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Jan 27

AHRC Study Tour 2012 – Knowledge Exchange and International Opportunities

brain by TZA CC BY-NC 2.0

This is part four in a series on the 2012 AHRC Study Tour. Knowledge Exchange Jo Lansdowne – Knowledge Exchange Strategy & Development Manager. AHRC are moving from Knowledge Transfer to Knowledge Exchange, funding ‘collaboration’ between academics & non-academics, recognising that Knowledge Exchange is a 2-way process.  The small dedicated schemes focusing on Knowledge Transfer …

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