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RI-PATHS Webinar “Spotlight on impact pathway insights: what RIs have learned about their impact and impact study requirements?”

Words by Christine Nève, 30th June 2020

The RI-PATHS project team was pleased to invite research infrastructures, funding agencies, policy makers, impact analysts and other potential user communities to three dedicated online webinars tackling the theme “A European framework for socio-economic impact of research infrastructures: A way forward”.

29 June 2020: Pilot project presentations “Spotlight on impact pathway insights: what RIs have learned about their impact and impact study requirements?”

Recording of the webinar is available here

Quotations and presentations

Presentation of ELIXIR

« You need to tailor your impact evidence based on the targeted audience. For this, qualitative information is also quite relevant »

Corinne Martin, ELIXIR

 

Presentation of DESY

« The impact pathway concept demonstrates the diversity of interactions and relationships based on which impacts materialise as a result of specific research activities »

Hans-Juergen Donath, DESY

 

Presentation of ALBA

« This is the first time we systematically study innovation impacts, exploring both common pathways and less well-known ones »

Gaston Garcia, ALBA

 

Presentation of CERN

« Fundamental scientific research at CERN makes people invest time and money to make a trip, visit and explore the facility. This is already an evidence of socio-economic impact »

Irene Crespo Garrido, CERN

 

Presentation of CESSDA

« The context of functioning of each RI should be taken into account when measuring socio-economic impact »

Ivana Ilijasic Versic, CESSDA

 

Presentation of EATRIS

« Impact Assessment requires a collective effort across teams – active internal communication is key for this »

Anne-Charlotte Fauvel, EATRIS

Words by Christine Nève, 30th June 2020