What happens when research goes wrong, or at least, is perceived to go wrong? How do researchers manage, or indeed fail to manage, the unexpected, and what new intellectual developments might be made possible through engagement with ‘failures’?
Collaborations & partnerships are key to research across all fields. The Alzheimer’s Society Research Translation programme explores building a network outside of academia to help promote research findings to others and ensure your findings have a big impact.
Developing an online presence can be an effective way to communicate research. However, simply sharing your output on social media is not enough. Kirsty Wallis calls for an audience-first approach to social media in this post from the LSE Impact Blog