The AESIS network mirrors the growing interest in societal impact of science amongst all stakeholders of innovation, both at institutional as well as individual level. Our members work in a variety of professions from all over the world and are involved in the evaluation of impact, research strategy and policy making, funding or other impact support. Our aim is to strengthen our global community by offering our members a platform for exchange of expertise, questions, information or any other item they want to share.
All this would not be possible without the help of our partners: Friends of AESIS and our institutional members. This support of key-players from our divers community enables us to improve our services to our members, to reach out to a larger audience and to strengthen the development of our mission in general. As a friend of AESIS your company receives discounts and guest passes for relevant events and the possibility to connect with our network through the newsletter and visibility during our meetings.
If your organisation is interested in societal impact of science and wants to become friend of AESIS, please contact our director, Anika Duut van Goor.
META drives knowledge from idea to market by coaching researchers, entrepreneurs, investing in promising opportunities and advising public and private organisations on innovation strategies. They have over 25 years' hands-on experience investing in high-growth companies across Europe, and helping Institutions, governments, regions and cities around the world foster more of them. Built by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs, they have a unique edge in that we have experienced first-hand all stages of the entrepreneurial life-cycle and we have designed and implemented innovation policies at local, national and international level.
Research Impact Assessment Platform from Researchfish
With over £45B of tracked funding, funding organisations across the globe use the Researchfish platform to measure research impact of over 2M outcomes of over 100K research awards. Comprehensive reporting gives a broader and deeper understanding of the activities of research, showing pathways to research impact. This enables organisations to inform future funding strategies and increase opportunity for collaboration. More information can be found here.
The HSRC is committed to becoming a leader in the production and dissemination of transformative social science and humanities research in the interests of a just and equal society within the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and Africa. In order to achieve that, the HSRC produces leading-edge policy research, through engaged scholarship, to utilise in understanding and explaining social conditions and informing social change for inclusive growth in communities.