Answered By: Amy Campbell
Last Updated: 12 Feb 2018     Views: 8

Research impact is where research makes a demonstrable contribution to academia, society and/or the economy.

Possible examples include:

  • Developing or changing the debate in your field
  • Influencing regional or national policy
  • Creating partnerships with business, organisations, charities, communities or key stakeholders
  • Engaging cultural institutions or the media to effectively communicate the outcomes of your research