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Lunch and chat about Open Research (for PhD students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine)


We want to hear YOUR views on research. Who owns your work? Who should access it? How does your research compare to other disciplines?

Come along for a free lunch and to discuss how the University can support you in practicing Open Research. Learn about the requirements placed on researchers and the tools you could use to boost your impact. Find out what your peers think and contribute to shaping a University-wide strategy for Open Research training.

Target audience

PhD students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths


This event is part of a fact-finding exercise by the Task Group on Open Research Training. We want to find out what researchers already know about Open Research and how we can support you in the future. The outcomes of these discussions will help to shape our strategy for training in this area across the University.

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By booking onto the event, you confirm that you understand the information in this document:

You retain the right to withdraw from the focus groups at any point, without having to explain why.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr Beatrice Gini (

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