Invitation to submit your research assets

By Denise Callan, Momentum Educate and Innovate  

The REVALORISE+ project aims to enhance the entrepreneurial potential and social impact of Social Sciences and Humanities research.  Our goal is to foster collaboration and knowledge sharing among researchers and to support this we developed a platform to upload and showcase Research Assets.

As part of the development phase of the REVALORISE+ project, we identified researchers willing to valorise their research. We then captured primary and secondary research assets (research with valorisation potential) and matched them directly to businesses or government and non-governmental stakeholders, in a successful mapping effort to realise their potential.

We now invite the wider community of Social Sciences and Humanities researchers across Europe to participate in this collaboration by sharing your valuable research findings with the wider academic and industry community. We have developed a simple process to help you share your research findings and guide you through each step of that process on our website.

The first step is to access the downloadable research templates that we have created. Then complete this template with your research information. Once complete, the templates can be uploaded on our website.

In order to maximise the impact of your work within the REVALORISE+ project we encourage you to add your assets as soon as possible.  Simply by participating you will contribute to the advancement of knowledge and engage with a network of fellow researchers and industry professionals.

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