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Communicating Research

Communicating research and change-making

Advice from researcher, social entrepreneur and 3 Minute Thesis winner, Thomas Fudge

Research helps us to understand and shape the world we live in – it can be used to advocate for change and develop new ideas to improve the lives of individuals and communities. To help your research have this impact, it’s worth considering how you’re going to tell people about your research first.

So, how can you be proactive in communicating your research? How can you get non-specialists to understand and engage with your work? Watch Thomas Fudge, Judge’s Choice winner of Vitae’s 3 Minute Thesis competition for advice.