Research & Innovation Services (R&I) is responsible for implementing the University's research & knowledge exchange strategies and supporting the delivery of the University's research, knowledge exchange and commercialisation objectives.
By supporting the work of the Research Planning & Strategy Committee and the Deans of Graduate Studies Committee, and working with College and University senior management, the team ensures the University's policy framework enables and supports the University’s research objectives, whilst complying with the requirements of the University’s funders.
The teams in R&I contribute to ensuring that researchers are provided with a supportive environment, in which they are encouraged to meet the highest standards of research integrity. The office is also responsible for developing research metrics and gathering data to facilitate the tracking of research and research-related activities.
For a broader overview of the support available for research please see Reseach & Impact Support. This includes resources for managing your publications, your data or your research reputation, and advice on where to go for support at different stages in your life cycle of your research project.
The Research and Knowledge Exchange & Innovation strategies are developed, respectively, by Professor Miles Padgett (Vice Principal for Research) and Professor Jon Cooper (Vice Principal for Innovation and Knowledge Exchange).
Training & support for researchers
Research excellence is dependent on supporting and developing excellent researchers.
- Support and development for postgraduate researchers
- Researcher development
- Research Culture
- Public & Community Engagement