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Using your research
Using your research to engage with...
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Using your research to engage with...

There are lots of resources across the University to help you use your research to interact with organisations or individuals outside academia.

...research impact

...the media

...potential students

...the public

Public Engagement

...patients

...policy makers

...external organisations

There are many teams who can support your interactions with external organisations

Knowledge Exchange (mutually beneficial sharing of ideas, data, experience, and expertise between researchers and organisations outside academia)

Business Development with commercial partners (commercial Research & Development, strategic relationships)

Additional University-wide Knowledge Exchange and Impact resources and support

...intellectual property and commercialisation

IP, Licensing and Technology Transfer

...consulting

...starting a company

  • Find out what support and advice is available from across the university for starting a company

...social enterprise

  • Support from the Oxfordshire Social Enterprise Partnership (OSEP)
  • Communal, shared space at the Oxford Launchpad
  • Contact the Social Enterprise Network Navigators
  • Since 2012, the University of Oxford has run a Social Enterprise awards scheme, in collaboration with Student Hubs, as part of a programme funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and managed by UnLtd, the UK foundation for social entrepreneurs. The scheme has produced some very innovative projects in which students and staff aim to engage with the local community to solve social issues.

    There are about 50 projects in and around Oxford led by students staff and graduates from the University of Oxford and from Oxford Brookes, who together with Students Hubs are our partners in a new initiative, the Oxford Social Enterprise Partnership (OSEP). In this short video some of the students from the University of Oxford talk about their social Enterprises and how they have used their Social Enterprise award funding to create sustainable social enterprises.