Making science work for development

Making science work for development

UKCDS members collaborate when funding research in similar topics or around multidisciplinary problems. The UKCDS Secretariat works on improving the processes of science funding, uptake and communications, and runs a group on capacity strengthening, to maximise the impact of UK research in development.

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4 December 2012
Representatives from some of the world’s main health research funders attended a ‘town hall’ style meeting organised by UKCDS in London on 4 December 2012. Facilitated by Andrée Carter, Director of...
  • Global health
  • Health and development
  • Making science work for development
  • Funding and collaboration
23 December 2010
How do we strengthen demand for research evidence? What is the role of the media in research communication and uptake? How can we better engage the private sector and civil society? These were some...
  • Making science work for development
  • Research uptake and impact

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