CAHSS KE and Impact grants allow academics to engage with policy, practice, industry or community audiences to increase the impact of research through mutual exchange. Awards may also be made for developing a tool or resource based on research, where there is clear demand from users.
Projects must be linked to completed, ongoing or new research. In addition, they will have one or more of the following characteristics:
Developing partnerships with public, private and/or third sector organisations Developing an income stream in the form of consultancy, licensing or CPD offerings Attracting co-funding from other sources Preparing the ground for further external knowledge exchange and research applications Having the potential for being included as impact case study for the Research Excellence Framework