The impact toolkit is designed to help you plan for impact and gather the information required to complete the Impact Summary and Pathways to Impact for grant applications to the Research Councils UK, which are also known as Expected Impact and Dissemination/Exploitation Plans in European grants. read more »
The Researcher Development Unit have now launched the 2015/16 programme of skills training. read more »
Drs Susanna Martin, Tim Gamble and Elizabeth Gabe-Thomas, from the Department of Psychology, were awarded funding from the Researcher Development Fund (RDF) to organise a series of open source courses; these workshops focussed on PsychoPy, Arduino and R. read more »
Thinking about collaborating? Need some advice on running your collaboration? Why not have a look at the GW4 online Guide to Research Collaboration. read more »
Supporting researchers and academics
The Researcher Development Unit (RDU), based in the LTEO, supports researchers and academic staff by providing development opportunities that enable them to get the most out of their research activities and their research careers at the University of Bath and beyond.