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The latest edition of Realise magazine has now been released, profiling the knowledge, facilities and skills that are making an impact on the wider social and economic environment.
The magazine, which is also available online, highlights vital collaborations and raises awareness of the University of Liverpool’s research and expertise to create new and strengthen existing partnerships.
The latest issue of the magazine focuses on tackling global food security, looks at how arts and humanities expertise is shaping the world, explores musculoskeletal and other healthcare issues in an ageing population, and examines how our experts are helping the finance and insurance industries to manage risk more effectively.
It also includes interviews with key partners and academics and highlights core facilities, research insights and case studies.
Some 3,000 copies of the magazine are distributed externally to industry, business, governmental bodies, funders and intermediary organisations. In addition, the magazine is distributed at conferences and events.
To date, it has received more than 2,200 visits online and attracted positive feedback from recipients.
A Structured Materials and Process Science Expertise Director at Unilever said: “I enjoyed reading Realise – a great story of partnership between University and private sectors delivering impact for both parties.”
A Research Impact Analyst at Science and Technology Facilities Council added: “I was really interested to read the recent edition of Realise. It’s really pleasing to see a publication such as this, which both highlights high-impact activities and also raises awareness of potential opportunities for impact in the future.”
Realise is now available online at: www.liv.ac.uk/business/media-gallery/realise.
The publication is compiled by the University’s Knowledge Exchange Marketing team, based in Corporate Communications, who work closely with the faculties to identify content for inclusion.
To receive paper versions of the magazine for individual use or for use at events please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second edition of Realise is another great publication and thanks must go to all that have supported it, including colleagues in Corpoarte Communications who have worked so hard on its production.
The KE Marketing team would urge colleagues in both academic and professional services roles to alert them to any interesting examples of knowledge exchange and collaborative, external out reach activity. The team are constantly on the look out for material which can be used to produce case studies – real examples of how our University is helping to make a difference.
Colleagues should also check out the most recent version of the University’s KE prospectus – ‘Working together, making an impact’ which is available in print and online at: http://www.liv.ac.uk/business/media-gallery/research-expertise-and-facilities-guide/
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