About the podcast
Every episode of How Researchers Changed the World features one passionate researcher and one cutting-edge piece of research that has shaped the way we think today.
You’ll hear the story behind the research direct from the researcher: why this topic was so important to investigate, how the research was developed, and how it has gone on to impact the world we live in.
If you’re a researcher yourself, these inspirational stories can help you unlock the potential of your own work, laying the foundations for your research to change the world too.
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About our learning programs
Alongside the podcast, we’ve developed two 12-week learning programs for researchers – one designed for early career researchers, and one for mid-career researchers.
Our programs deliver the ultimate step-by-step guide to publishing your research, boosting your impact, and building your profile.
Each week you’ll receive a chapter via email. Over 12 weeks those chapters will build into an indispensable guide you can continue to use throughout your research career.
About Taylor & Francis Group
The How Researchers Changed the World podcast and learning programs are supported by Taylor & Francis Group.
Taylor & Francis Group partners with world-class authors, from leading researchers and scientists to professionals operating at the top of their fields. Together, they publish in all areas of the Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioural Sciences, Science, Technology and Medicine. As one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, eBooks, and reference works (publishing more than 2,600 journals and over 5,000 new books each year), they provide people all over the world with the knowledge to grow their careers, expand their education, and advance their field.
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About the podcast producers
The How Researchers Changed the World podcast and learning program have been written and produced by Monchü.
Monchü works with world changing organisations to make the world a fairer, happier place through strategy and design thinking.
Find out more at www.monchu.uk