Global Challenges Symposium, 11-13 April 2018
From improving global health to helping people prepare for natural hazards, our research collaborations are focused on solving real-world problems.
The deadline for seed corn funding (for Symposium delegates working in partnership with a University of Bristol colleague) is Monday 23 April.
Resolving the world’s most pressing development challenges requires a radically more ‘joined up’ approach to delivering research. The Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) has provided a catalyst for UK institutions to collaborate across disciplines, sectors and continents in pursuit of real development outcomes.
Following a year of awards under GCRF, we were delighted to host an international symposium to share best practice, develop new connections, and generate new research partnerships that help to tackle global development challenges.
This three-day symposium focused on the broad themes of:
- food security;
- energy in a developing context;
- global health;
- insecurity and conflict;
- natural hazards.
Resources and updates
We will be adding resources including presentations, slides, and discussion summaries here over the coming weeks.
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