REF 2014 Impact Case Studies

We initiate and share research ideas that are demand led and focused on a broader perspective. The value of our interdisciplinary work is measured by the reach and significance of its impact and the social usefulness, practicality and applicability of its outcomes. Our research contributes to health, social, economic and cultural issues within local and international settings, and the public and private sectors. The value of our work is measured by the quality of its impact and the social usefulness, practicality and applicability of its outcomes. 

The introduction of the assessment of impact in REF 2014 and the results of REF 2014 has served to highlight the way in which QMU has achieved global impact and its research is advancing the world around us. QMU research has led to major benefits within the UK and global economy, society and culture across a diverse range of research areas.

Research and Knowledge Exchange Development Unit

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Research and Knowledge Exchange Development Unit

Kim Stuart Head of Research and Knowledge Exchange Development Unit
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Vivian Rutherford Research and Knowledge Exchange Officer
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