For those interested on DfT's research agenda, please read Duncan's e-mail and check the link to view the DfT's Areas of Research Interest 2016-7.
Dr Alexandros Nikitas
MEng, MSc, MA, PGCHE, FHEA, PhD
Senior Lecturer in Transport
UTSG Executive Committee Member
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From: Duncan Turton [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 19 July 2017 10:46
To: Alexandros Nikitas
Subject: ARI - For circulation
As mentioned - please can you circulate to UTSG?
Subject: Publication of the Department for Transport's 'Areas of Research Interest 2016-17'
The Department for Transport has published "DfT's Areas of Research Interest 2016-17" at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/dft-areas-of-research-interest-2016-to-2017
The document brings together the department's main evidence priorities mapped onto DfT's Single Departmental Plan. The aims of the document are to:
* promote DfT's programme of research among the external research community to grow and diversify the range of partners we work with
* enable those outside the department already conducting research to align their work with DfT's interests to deliver research with more impact
* facilitate partnerships with other funders and those planning research programmes to conduct research collaboratively and efficiently
DfT welcomes any contact from researchers and academics who wish to discuss their research with counterparts at DfT. Contact details are available in Annex A of the document.
Business Support Manager, DfT Office for Science
2/23, Great Minster House
33 Horseferry Road, London, SW1P 4DR
020 7944 2525
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