Working together to co-create knowledge: A unique co-creation tool

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Year: 2019

This tool has been developed by a collaboration between university, business, local authority and the third sector (sometimes referred to as the ‘quadruple helix’). It provides guidance and principles to support people from different sectors to work together to create the maximum impact from research.

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