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(REF UV30) The role of universities through research and strategic partnerships in achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - Shared screen with speaker view
Raveenthiran Vivekanantharasa
25:24
Greetings to all..... From Sri Lanka
Noman Aslam
32:55
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Joseph Njogu - Research Beeline
35:49
A big hallo from Joseph from Research Beeline in Nairobi.. We support researchers and Universities across Africa to easily identify research funding opportunities as per their needs through our digital platforms.
Karen Mahon
44:37
Education is pivotal to attaining the SDGs however universities are dependent upon funding - there is a real question here, how do Universities ensure that the research they do is having positive effect on certain SDGs while causing deleterious effect on others?Ie Bioeconomy ie waste for bioplastic, which as yet may cause more problems for soil and water
Samuel Adunreke - Innovea Hubs
45:58
I am Samuel Adunreke from Nigeria Executive Director Innovea Development Foundationhappy to be on this platform
Noman Aslam
50:44
Dear Attendes,Hope you are doing good.I've created a WhatsApp Group so that we could be in touch.Here is the Link to Join.https://chat.whatsapp.com/ICrq0Hca4zG0oqtte750JO
George Willaim Otim-Nape
59:23
Thanks you. I would be interested in the Platform. My WhatsApp No is +256752689830
Joseph Njogu - Research Beeline
01:01:06
For Prof Lawrence - What is the kind of preparedness (policies, investment, culture) that University of Igbinedion had in place to be able to successfully participate in this kind of a partnership?
Grace Leah
01:02:56
Thank you Noman.
Caleb ADELOWO, PhD
01:03:22
Prof., how is intellectual property managed in your university sir?
Prof Kirk Semple, Lancaster Environment Centre
01:05:19
Good morning Prof William - great to here from you
Prof Kirk Semple, Lancaster Environment Centre
01:06:13
IP is normally handled within collaborative agreements between the university and the partner(s)
Karen Mahon
01:26:32
Great observation across continents on the need for private funding - again ties in to my original question on cross compliance with all SDGs, it is a huge issue with private funding looking at profit driven research. Should there be a global look at all research, which respects all of the SDGs in all aspects of research rather than a siloed response to certain SDGs ?
ABUBAKAR MUHAMMAD JIBRIN
01:57:24
Abubakar Muhammad Jibrinabubakarmuhammadjibrin@gmail.comvery educative program, Thank you all
Raveenthiran Vivekanantharasa
02:03:15
Great event........ Thank you
Prof Kirk Semple, Lancaster Environment Centre
02:03:56
Some good thinking from Declan. Excellent session everyone
George Willaim Otim-Nape
02:04:02
These have been great presentations. There is a lot of initiatives going on in different parts of the Globe - South America, Europe and Africa. Theses presents huge opportunities to learn from each other to accelerate ST&I contribution to achievements of SDGs. Some kind of institutional or organizational arrangement to make this happen is needed. A deliberate action by the Global community will be necessary.
Prof Gommaa
02:04:37
greetings from Nigeria. Ahmadu Bello university
Gonzalo Marquez UNLP
02:04:53
Thank you very much for invited us!
Raveenthiran Vivekanantharasa
02:04:59
My Email rvive@ou.ac.lk , Whats app +940767783294
Karen Mahon
02:07:26
Good comment on the need for Universities to take control of policy related to their own research on their own campuses and how that research ties into the SDGs ( I believe it should be bench marked on all of the SDGs to avoid silos and potential to align with singular SDGs whilst causing damage for other SDGs)Thank you for wonderful input.