Accounting for Impact at Imperial College London: A Report on the Activities and Outputs by Imperial Academics Relevant for Economic and Social Impact

Markus Perkmann, Riccardo Fini, Jan-Michael Ross, Ammon Salter, Cleo Silvestri, Valentina Tartari

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    Resumé

    We report findings of a study of academic engagement and commercialisation at Imperial College London. We detail the extent of collaboration with industry, consulting, patenting and entrepreneurship by Imperial academics, as well as individuals’ motivations and perceived barriers to engagement. The data stems from archival records held by the College, complemented by external databases, and a survey conducted among all academic staff in 2013.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    Udgivelses stedLondon
    ForlagImperial College London
    Antal sider44
    StatusUdgivet - mar. 2015

    Emneord

    • Academic engagement
    • Research commercialisation
    • Academic entrepreneurship
    • University-industry relationships

    Citer dette

    Perkmann, Markus ; Fini, Riccardo ; Ross, Jan-Michael ; Salter, Ammon ; Silvestri, Cleo ; Tartari, Valentina. / Accounting for Impact at Imperial College London : A Report on the Activities and Outputs by Imperial Academics Relevant for Economic and Social Impact. London : Imperial College London, 2015. 44 s.
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    London : Imperial College London, 2015. 44 s.

    Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportRapportForskning

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