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Researcher Development

 

"I can collaborate effectively and work with others in teams."

Collaboration is a fundamental feature of research: even if you are not part of a specific research team, you need to be able to share ideas, data, insights and conclusions with colleagues in your field and beyond.

As research becomes ever more interdisciplinary, as well as being able to work effectively with others in your immediate research group you will also need to develop an understanding of how to foster productive collaborations reaching across disciplines that enable all parties to be successful.

You can develop these skills by doing collaborative projects, as well as through courses run by Researcher Development and experiential training such as the i-Teams programme.