Research Transformed – the podcast
A must-listen for everybody involved in research, we’ve rounded up your key questions about Research Transformed and put them to Professor Nick Plant, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research and Innovation.
At our recent Leeds Conversations events on Research Transformed, we received a number of questions along the key themes of funding, efficiencies and our new institutes.
In this podcast we put your questions to Nick, including:
- Why are we transforming our research?
- What are the biggest challenges we face when implementing Research Transformed?
- How does Research Transformed fit with the University strategy?
- Where does fundamental research sit in Research Transformed?
- What does Research Transformed mean for career stability?
- When will we find out more about the horizon scanning activity?
Nick also shares more information about our new institutes – the Horizon’s Institute and the four new Futures Institutes – their purpose, when they will launch and how they will complement our existing institutes.
Listen to the podcast
This podcast is hosted by Marie Christopher-Davey, Executive Officer from the Deputy Vice Chancellor’s office. If you have a question about this podcast or Research Transformed you can email your comments, ideas or queries to ResearchTransformed@leeds.ac.uk
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If you missed our live Leeds Conversations event on Research Transformed, you can watch the recording on demand
- Inside Track | Research Transformed – key things to know, by Professor Nick Plant, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research and Innovation.
- Event | Research Transformed: Enabling our research to thrive into the future, watch on-demand
- Inside Track | Research Transformed: Enabling our research to thrive into the future, by Professor Nick Plant, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research and Innovation.