Science shops are small entities that carry out scientific research – usually free of charge – on behalf of citizens and local civil society.
This book explores the issue of research impact and the impact agenda in the higher education sector.
This book chapter provides tips and guidance on reporting and disseminating research in Indigenous health, in real and practical ways (Laycock, Walker D., Harrison N. and Brands J. 2011).
Journal dedicated to the assessment of the relationship between evidence and research, policy or practice.
Journal that promotes communication among government, business and industry, academia, and non-governmental organisations who are instrumental in the solution of environmental problems.
A ‘cheat sheet’ for environmental scientists to guide their interactions with decision-makers and other non-scientists, aimed at avoiding counter-productive arguments or assumptions (Fernandez 2016)
The EDGE tool is a self-assessment tool to help organisations take stock of their current support for public engagement and to identify areas where they would like to see change.
Research 4 Life is the collective name given to four programs aimed at providing developing countries with free or low cost access to academic and professional peer-reviewed content online.