TRC provides a suite of services to support the diffusion of research insights to a variety of audiences. The suite includes diffusion planning for all new publications, support for drafting one-page summaries of accepted publications, guidelines for improving oral presentations and campaigns to highlight cross-disciplinary collections of research insights.
When a paper has been accepted for publication, TRC meets with the author to identify the most appropriate ways to diffuse its insights to a wider audience and to develop a diffusion plan. As part of this service, the TRC provides editorial connections, templates and writing and editing support. Authors must provide insight and interpretation while participating in the production of non-technical expressions of their work.
Contact Megan Alt (email@example.com) to request a planning meeting.
The TRC offers support to faculty to translate academic research papers into one-page summaries. These “nanopublications” will help distill research into the practical and applicable highlights and help narrow the focus of who needs to know about this research. The goal is for every new research paper to be accompanied by a nanopublication. Faculty can write their own one-page summaries or request help from a graduate student to begin a draft.
Submit your nanopublications to Megan Alt (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In today’s fast-paced world, attention spans are shorter than ever. That’s why it’s critical to be able to convey your research insights in elevator pitch-like presentations. The TRC offers guidance for recording short, polished oral presentations of your research insights. The Three Minute Research (3MR) format highlights key take-aways, findings and arguments—while making research actionable and accessible.
Submit your 3MR video to Matt MacNaughton (email@example.com).
Have you written a blog or op-ed, been interviewed on a podcast or had your insights shared in the popular press? Let us know! As we develop our repository of research insights, we’ll link these products to your original publication.
Submit to the Fox Brief (firstname.lastname@example.org) for inclusion in the weekly faculty and staff newsletter.
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Impact and Infrastructure
TRC works to develop more sophisticated measurements of impact research and to adjust incentives and support systems to encourage translational research. TRC works with the Office of Research and other centers around the Fox School to advance translation-oriented research infrastructure, awards and celebrations.