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UCL's collaboration with the public and third sector highlighted in KEF2022 results

30 September 2022

UCL's strategic partnerships with local authorities, health services, charities and voluntary groups help improve the daily lives of millions.

KEF2022 results highlight UCL's partnerships with public and third sector organisations

UCL has retained its position as a leading university for knowledge exchange as Research England announced the Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) 2022 results this week.

UCL is home to world-leading researchers. Through its partnerships, people and processes drive innovation in the public and third sector. 

UCL-National Trust collaboration 

Roof restoration project at Oxburgh Hall - credit: National Trust images, Mike Selby

A long-term strategic partnership between UCL and the National Trust pools both organisations' expertise to address critical challenges in heritage science, conservation and cultural value. Sarah Wolferstan (Project Manager, UCL Centre for Applied Archaeology), recently undertook a research secondment at the National Trust while Rodney Harrison (UCL Institute of Archaeology) shared his experience of working with the National Trust, highlighting the development of further joint projects relating to heritage science, sustainable conservation and heritage significance.

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