Many organizations lack a formal framework for explaining and proving how they are being successful and proving their societal impact.
Innovative research projects are largely possible due to the funding from foundations and other research funding bodies. These organizations aim to choose projects that will advance their mission, but how do they effectively measure and evaluate the full impact of their funded research, and how are those results disseminated?
A practical workshop designed for Nordic research funders, institutes and organisations to explore the main challenges faced in research impact assessment.
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation supports bold and innovative research into Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). They have adopted researchfish for their grantmaking toolkit.
The NIHR Researchfish submission is reported to both the public and the Government to demonstrate the need for further pioneering research for the benefit of patients the public and the economy
Mid-Multi-Funder Submission Period webinars for Research Organisations and Funding Organisations.
Are certain types of funded research likely to bring about a greater impact? Are the benefits of funded research shared equitably? Can we build in, at the design stage, parameters which make a research project more likely to bring about greater impact? What actions can we take during a research project?
Research funders and decision-makers from the UK, USA and Canada discussing emerging lessons from the current health crisis and what this means for the future of research.
Tracking the research and understanding how we arrived at this place, in such a short time with such benefit is of critical importance.
A new partnership with Kudos to help universities, research funders and individual researchers publish their researchfish data as an online Impact History.