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25th February, 2016

King’s showcases early career research collaborations


King’s College London hosted a showcase event for early career researchers who had taken part in the second annual university innovation scheme.

The Kings collaborative innovation scheme provides early career researchers from across all faculties at King’s with the support and funding to establish an innovative project in collaboration with a cultural sector or technology industry partner. The initiative is designed as a response to a question many PhD students and Early Career Researchers face: How can I make my research have an impact beyond academia?

The 2015/16 scheme supported 15 early career researchers from across King’s and each were allocated £1000 to develop their ideas and to realise the project.

Early career researchers and their cultural or technology sector collaborators gathered in the Anatomy Museum to present the results of their work to friends and colleagues. Each of the projects sought to act as a catalyst for collaboration between King’s researchers and the cultural or industry sectors. The projects presented yesterday represented a broad range of disciplines, each one generating high quality and original outcomes that present research in an innovative way and have impact beyond academia.

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