Research and Innovation Portal


Promote your research

Find useful information and links to resources to help you promote your research.

How to publish

UCL Organisational Development offers a self-paced online course to help you write journal papers and get them published.

Communicating your research

Listed below are UCL teams that can help you to communicate your research to external audiences.

Faculty Marcomms teams

You can also contact your local Faculty Marcomms team for help with promoting your research to both internal and external audiences.

Using mentors

Mentors can help you identify and create opportunities to promote your research.

Public engagement

UCL Engagement can help you build a public engagement journey for your research. They offer one-to-one advice and support and can help you build public engagement into all stages of the research lifecycle.

Investigators funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) University College London Hospitals Biomedical Research Centre (UCLH BRC) are expected to actively involve patients and the public in their research wherever possible. 

Using networks

Networks can help you explore ways to share, learn and exchange ideas, and find ways to promote your research. Visit our Find partners and collaborators page to find out more about available networks at UCL.

UCL Advancement

UCL Advancement works in partnership with faculties, alumni, advocates, and donors to engage and grow the university's communities and communicate the brilliance of UCL.

External Engagement team

The UCL External Engagement team offers expert support and advice on internal and external communications, marketing, media relations, public affairs, digital communications, and events.

Media Relations

UCL Media Relations is UCL's central press office team. They promote UCL research and expert comment to the wider world via the media. The team also supports staff with successful media engagement through services such as media training, and advice on media strategies and handling.

Getting started with podcasting

Google Scholar

Google Scholar offers a simple way of collating your publications and citations so that others can find your work.

Video content

A video abstract is a short 2-3 minute video summarising a scientific paper. Video abstracts are a great way to help communicate your research to a wider audience.