9am - 5pm
Monday 2 November - Thursday 5 November 2020

First MATHEGRAM training school: Research methods and science communication

The objective of this training school is to provide training in generic and transferable skills in research methods and communication of the science and technology to the public, regulators, industry and the media, including literature reviews, research methods and planning, technical writing, how to write a project proposal, data management, strategic innovation, management and exploitation of IPR, and use of digital media for science communication.

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This training school is free for MATHEGRAM members. If you are a member of the public then please contact us to find out more information.

Topics

The first MATHEGRAM training school covers the following topics:

  • Research methods and planning
  • Literature review
  • Research proposal
  • Technical Writing
  • Communication and presentation skills
  • Science communication using the digital media
  • MOOCs
  • Strategic innovation
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Public engagement
  • Unconscious bias
  • Data management workshop
  • IPR: Management and exploitation.

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