ARMA Webinar Series hosted by Ex Libris
International Collaboration and the future of development research
Following feedback from the Directors Forum, ARMA and Ex Libris are hosting a series of virtual roundtable events aimed at improving members’ understanding of the UKRI R&D Roadmap and sparking debate about our place in achieving the aim of making the UK a research superpower.
This event is the second of three live sessions in the next coming weeks
These events will invite contributions from an expert panel before opening up the discussion for attendees.
The next event will be held on Thursday 1st October (12.00 pm) where we will be exploring the future of international collaboration in research and innovation. International collaborations are essential to tackle global challenges like the threat of future pandemics, climate change, and the world’s ageing society. How has the shift to remote-working affected researcher’s international mobility, will the UK remain an attractive collaborator for international partners and will Brexit have a negative impact on the UKs reputation in Science and Innovation?
The roundtable is designed to be interactive and attendees will be invited to pose questions and discussion points for the panel before and during the event. If you would like to submit any questions or discussion points in advance, please email these directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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OUR PANELLISTS FOR THE EVENT ARE
Head of Global Partnerships, UKRI
Head of Strategic Partnerships, UUKintl
Research Professional News (panel chair)
The event will be recorded but will only be available to access after the event by attendees.
Join us and be part of the conversation on how we can work together to achieve the ambitions of unlocking innovation and growth throughout all parts of the economy across the UK.
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