The Impact Awards recognise those teams that have produced outstanding impact through successful knowledge transfer. The awards recognise and celebrate the success of collaborative working and the process of innovations: the transformation of knowledge and expertise beyond its creation in higher education, charities and public sector research establishments for the wider benefit of society and the economy.
The 2014 Categories:
- Business Impact- Achieved: This award recognises projects that have made an outstanding business impact through successful knowledge transfer, where there is evidence of impact achieved.
- Business Impact- Aspiring: This award recognises projects that promise to make an outstanding business impact through successful knowledge transfer, but where impact may still to be fully realised, or is hard to quantify
- Collaborative Impact: This award recognises collaborative projects that leverage the intellectual assets for the research base. Types of projects that might include research collaborations or consultancy with business or the public sector and/or knowledge transfer projects involving more than one higher education or research institute
Entries close 28th March 2014. To enter, follow this link: http://www.impactawards.org.uk/entry-form.asp