Research Impact Evidence

Impact can arise from a multitude of directions and follow diverse pathways. To help you document how the impact journey of your research has progressed, this resource outlines examples of impact evidence gathering. It is arranged by impact type[1] and is a non-exhaustive list of ways in which change resulting from research impact can happen. … Read more

GRADE-ing tax policy for sustainable development in Sub-Saharan Africa 

How do we support sustainable development? There are countless answers to this question, with 17 intersecting Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) presenting numerous opportunities for social, environmental, and economic well-being. An important starting point may lie in the relationship between international policy and national governance – for instance, if a global policy can be made more … Read more

Digitising and deciphering the Mangas Khipu Board

Drawing on interdisciplinary methods and techniques, Maria Koulouri in the Department of Social Anthropology has developed the first digital record of the Mangas Khipu Board, helping further decipher the context and meanings of Andean Khipu records and make them more accessible to people around the world. Khipu is a record system of strings and knots … Read more

Showing the Importance of Clean Air

Clean air is a vital contributing factor to a safe lifestyle. Mary was invited to showcase her research on the impact of air pollution to policymakers and commercial stakeholders.