REVALORISE+ Networking Event

REVALORISE+ Networking Event in Paris

UNIVERSITY KNOWLEDGE FOR SOCIAL IMPACT: How can researchers and universities create more impact on society?

Save the date: October 24th, 2022, Rue des Jeûneurs, PARIS 75002

Whether through new COVID vaccines, bringing new-to-the-planet research or through start-up unicorns coming from universities, or universities being “a deep tech cauldron,” research capability at universities is increasingly being recognised for its potential. However, it has proven difficult to translate this into a lasting impact on society despite universities being well-positioned to help us move to a net-zero world.

Join us at this dynamic afternoon event where leading experts will showcase the results and approaches established through four European projects and take the opportunity to engage with like-minded others in discussions about how to improve social impact from universities. This is an opportunity for researchers, higher education and industry professionals at any level interested in fostering knowledge transfer between universities, businesses, and society, to gain key insights, obtain important tools and make new contacts. Fit-for-purpose tools have been developed and rigorously assessed in collaboration with universities and business partners across Europe. Participation in the event is free of charge but spaces are limited.

Please register through online registration.

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