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Communicate your research

By spending some time making your results visible in more channels than scientific journals, more people will come in contact with the research. You thus increase the chance that more people will read, discuss and share your articles. Below you will find information about how you can become better at communicating your research.

Contact

Contact the ABE School’s communication officers at info@abe.kth.se  if you need advice or support with communicating your research.

Why do I need to communicate my research?

Success in academic research has often been measured in how much a scientific article is quoted in other scientific works. Today, all the digital footprints that an article leaves behind in social media or news articles has gained importance. If you spend some time making your results visible in more channels, more people will also come into contact with the research. You thus increase the chance that more people will read, discuss and share your articles.

As a public authority, KTH also has an obligation to show what we do with the tax money. Some research funders have begun to ask for communication plans in their announcements and expect feedback on how research results are shared with journalists and the general public.

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