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Tue 23 Feb, Fri 26 Feb, Mon 1 Mar 2021
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Venue: Online

Provided by: Graduate School of Life Sciences


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The Engaged Researcher Online Training | Co-creation with non-academic partners: arts, humanities and social sciences
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Tue 23 Feb, Fri 26 Feb, Mon 1 Mar 2021

Description

This session aims to give you tools to manage your relationships with business and industry, charities, and other non-academic partners. The session is suitable for researchers and facilitators looking to future-proof their impact partnerships and co-creation relationships. We will use case studies from the arts, humanities and social sciences.

We’ll cover the basics of intellectual property management, licensing of co-created resources and research outputs, and academic consultancy. Above all we want to support you to ensure a sustainable, fair, future-proof foundation for scalable real-world impact.

The sessions on Friday, 26 February and Monday, 1 March gives the opportunity to the participants to have a 30 minute 1:1 session with the trainers to discuss issues and queries relating to their own project.

Target audience

PGR students and academic and professional staff

Prerequisites

It may be helpful to bring your own cases and questions to the session.

Sessions

Number of sessions: 3

# Date Time Venue Trainer
1 Tue 23 Feb   10:00 - 11:30 10:00 - 11:30 Online Emma Salgard Cunha
2 Fri 26 Feb   09:00 - 11:00 * 09:00 - 11:00 * Online Emma Salgard Cunha
3 Mon 1 Mar   14:00 - 16:00 * 14:00 - 16:00 * Online Emma Salgard Cunha
* Optional session.
Objectives

• Introduce different kinds of relationships between researchers and external organisations • Introduce the basics of understanding your intellectual property, the University’s IP policy, and how IP licensing works • Introduce Cambridge Enterprise and how we can support your work with non-academic partners, including via academic consultancy and licensing • Signpost to different areas of the University where you can find help and support for co-creation and impact work

For queries about the training

This session will take place on MS Teams. If you have trouble joining the sessions or have any queries, please do get in touch with: Selen Etingu-Breslaw (selen.etingubreslaw@admin.cam.ac.uk) or Diogo Gomes Martins (dam74@medschl.cam.ac.uk)


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