DOCTalks Connects Across Canada 2022

On October 26, 2022, in partnership with DOCTalks, Research Impact Canada (RIC) hosted a “DOCTalks Connects Canada” panel that invited speakers to discuss the use of filmmaking as a medium for knowledge mobilization. David Phipps, our Network Director of RIC, provided wonderful opening remarks. The event was co-facilitated by our Bilingual Knowledge Mobilization Specialist, Imane […]

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So, you’re new to research impact?

Please note that the original blog post can be found at The Research Whisperer. The impact that research generates in society is a hot topic internationally. It can be a complex topic and poses different challenges depending on whether you are a researcher, research professional, funder, or research user. Over the last year, the four […]

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Transform your impact

Knowledge translation, mobilization and research impact is flooding the globe and bringing research benefits to society. Let’s explore where it all started – and how you can now transform your impact from anywhere in the world with the Research Impact Summit. Tracing research impact’s evolution Terms like knowledge translation and research impact, and others that […]

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Congratulations to the 2022 RIC Award Winners!

CONGRATULATIONS to the winners and honorable mentions for the 2022 edition RIC Award!  The Award is dedicated to graduate students’ efforts in conducting research according to engaged scholarship principles. In 2022, the projects of three Masters students and three doctoral students are recognized. Meet the winners and honorable mentions!  Masters recipients  Claire Kemp, University of […]

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Research Impact Canada has a new look!

You may have noticed something new about the Research Impact Canada website… Over the past few months, we’ve been hard at work developing a new look! With the help of adHOME Creative we’ve given our website and brand a refresh. We’ve expanded our color palette in a bold new way, re-organized our content more intuitively, and created a searchable repository of tools and […]

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Speech From the Throne calls for more knowledge mobilization for Canada

“The Speech from the Throne opens every new session of Parliament. The Speech introduces the government’s direction and goals, and outlines how it will work to achieve them. On November 23, 2021, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon, Governor General of Canada, delivered the Speech from the Throne to open the first session of the 44th Parliament […]

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