This conference will reflect on knowledge exchange and lessons learned from three years of The Bloomsbury SET Knowledge Exchange programme.
Day 1 – Tuesday 25th May – 11:00am to 12:30pm (BST)
Knowledge exchange (KE) professionals will present their experiences of the barriers and enablers to collaboration, focusing on solutions and best practice. How can HEIs broker sustainable relationships and create serendipitous connections that lead to sustainable collaboration, particularly in the current online context? What are the challenges to capturing impact and evaluating KE across institutions?
Day 2 – Wednesday 26th May – 11:00am to 12:30pm (BST)
Presenting current case studies, this discussion will focus on the elements needed to create sustainable partnerships with industry. What are the pillars for a successful KE ecosystem? How can culture clash between HEIs and industry be better understood?
Day 3 – Thursday 27th May – 11:00am to 12:30pm (BST)
The closing session will review lessons learned from a selection of Research England Connecting Capability Fund projects. What are the drivers and motivations for large-scale KE programme? What added value does participation in large-scale KE programmes provide organisations and academics?
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For information on our past ‘Tackling Global Health challenges through interdisciplinary Knowledge Exchange & Innovation’ Conference held in February, visit here.