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Researchfish Workshop

Representatives from Researchfish will be coming to Cambridge to talk about the new interface and functionality which will be implemented ahead of the next submission period.
When Jan 10, 2017
from 01:00 PM to 03:30 PM
Where Mill Lane Lecture Theatre Room 1
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Researchfish is a web-based system used by RCUK to collect the research outcomes and outputs of its award holders. The next RCUK submission period is 6 February to 16 March 2017, 4pm. 

Representatives from Researchfish will be coming to Cambridge to talk about the new interface and functionality which will be implemented ahead of the next submission period.

1-2:30pm: For researchers - introduction to Researchfish, demonstration of the new PI portfolio, Q&A.

2:30-3:30pm: For administrators - new reporting suite, Q&A.

There is no need to register, just turn up on the day.

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