Symposium "Connecting the dots: Knowledge brokering for impact and innovation"

Event Date: 15 February, 2022

This symposium – Connecting the dots: knowledge brokering for impact and innovation – aims to empower early- and mid-career researchers to recognise and understand how knowledge brokering can enhance the impact and innovation of their research, contexts in which they are already knowledge brokering, and the skills and practice of knowledge brokering.

Comprising four virtual 3-hour sessions over four weeks, Connecting the dots will address what knowledge brokering is, why it is important for impact and innovative science, how knowledge brokering is performed and where to go next to incorporate knowledge brokering into their scientific practice (see the Program for more details here).

The Connecting the dots: knowledge brokering for impact and innovation symposium has been made possible thanks to funding from the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia), through the Australian Academy of Science, and our supporting organisations CMS and CSIRO.

When: 15 and 22 February, and 1 and 8 March 2022 from 12-3pm AEDT (all sessions).

University of TasmaniaInstitute of Marine and Antarctic StudiesCSIRO Department of the EnvironmentGEOS
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