UCL's research partnerships highlighted in KEF2022 results
28 September 2022
UCL is home to world-leading researchers and our research partnerships are integral to our knowledge exchange and impact activities.
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 partnerships, working with businesses, charities, not-for-profits and the public sector, our research has the greatest impact. KEF places UCL in the highest band for Research Partnerships.
UCL-British Museum research partnership
The UCL Institute of Archaeology formally linked up with the British Museum from 2019 to create a framework to explore and enable long-term collaboration via a series of events. The conferences, symposia, workshops and networking events covered everything from the reconstruction of ancient food systems to the colonial legacy of universities and museums.