Making science work for development

Landscape analysis

Our Research Landscape analysis work aims to understand current trends and future priorities in research for development. Our members recognise that mapping and analysis is required to ensure the UK is investing in the right way to ensure maximum impact on development outcomes.

 

The activities take place across two areas:

  • Mapping, foresight and analysis on research landscapes and systems
  • Analysis of the UK's role in research for development

What we do:

UKCDS works with members and partners across the globe to:

  • Identify trends affecting the research for development landscape
  • Understand push and pull factors affecting research for development
  • Identify major funders and funding trends in thematic areas such as agriculture

UKCDS Outputs:

  • CGIAR mapping work to be published soon.
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Latest updates

27 September 2013
Risk Assessment – Legal Duties on Employers UK Health and Safety legislation (the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (“The Regulations”)) requires that a suitable and sufficient risk...
  • Impact
  • Landscape analysis
  • Making science work for development
20 September 2013
The following links may also be of use to research organisations that wish to improve risk assessments or the ability of their staff to improve their own safety awareness: The DuPont Bradley Curve –...
  • Landscape analysis
  • Making science work for development
1 August 2013
This rapid review, commissioned by DFID, was produced in May 2013 to inform the shape of a potential research programme on education systems
4 September 2013
The 2014 Research Excellence Framework (“REF”) sets out how the research of British Higher Education Institutions will be assessed to enable the allocation of research grants between Higher Education...
5 August 2013
UKCDS is bringing partners together to identify the different aid funding opportunities available to universities and research institutions working in emerging economies and developing countries....
  • Collaboration
  • Landscape analysis
  • Making science work for development
  • Funding and collaboration
1 August 2013

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