RAE Research Analysis 2020
A hivve (Vertigo Ventures) team worked with colleagues in Hong Kong to produce the first detailed analysis of the results of the Research Assessment Analysis (RAE) 2020 – which assesses the research impact of all 8 universities across Hong Kong.
Learn more about hivve (formerly Vertigo Ventures) and our ImpactEcosystem with our quick company overview!
Collecting Research Impact Evidence
hivve (Vertigo Ventures) collaborated with HEFCE (Office for Students / Research England) and Digital Science to compile a guide on best practice for collecting evidence to support your research impact claims
Building an Impact Culture
Learn how you can leverage technology and process to help build an impact culture within your organisation, and develop understanding and efficiency around the collection and demonstration of impact
Impact Landscape Survey 2021
We surveyed over a hundred researchers and academics from around the world to garner their insights on impact, the state of research, and progress towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Brunel University Case Study
Learn more about how our team and technology help transform impact culture and the way that Brunel University London captures evidence to demonstrate its impact claims for regulatory and funding frameworks.
TRACKIMPACT WINNERS' COMPETITION 2022
Learn more from the global impact created by the winners of our inaugural TrackImpact.org project competition, conducted globally for the first time in 2022 – and the progress made towards the SDGs.
Choosing an Impact Management System
There are various methods that can be used to respond to the growing demands of impact; one involves the implementation of an Impact Management System (IMS). Learn more about what this entails within!
Impact Symposium 2021
Our second annual Symposium, opened by UNESCO, addressed the subject of Collaboration in Action; working across different sectors to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Impact Symposium 2022
The third annual Impact Symposium, opened by the UN Global Compact UK and SDSN UK, addressed the challenges of – and solutions for – integrating impact into research culture around the world.