- Leysan Nurgalieva participated in radio interviews to discuss her research on the impact of COVID digital contact-tracing apps in the Republic of Ireland, the UK, and the USA.
- Amin Anjomshoaa participated in a radio interview to discuss his recent project, LinkedPeople.net, which benefits the wealth of open data resources such as Wikipedia and Wikidata to build family trees of fictional characters in movies, TV shows and books. The project allows the general public to browse the family trees and learn about character relationships in books, movies, and TV shows and in a broader perspective, it serves as an interface to the open data world and aims to raise awareness about the importance of open data resources and their potential applications.
- Michelle Norris completed a podcast for UL’s Research Impact Podcast Series on the topic “Engineering Physical Activity in Breast Cancer”. The podcast outlined how Michelle’s project ‘BREASTech’ is working to better understand how software and technology can impact the physical activity levels of breast cancer patients and survivors. Michelle also discussed how her training as an ALECS fellow helped her to share the impact of her research with a wider audience.
- Marco Alfano developed the Co-Health website for his ALECS research project. It is used as the main dissemination channel of activities and outputs to the different project stakeholders such as patients, patient’s associations, citizens, health agencies and medical researchers.
- Leysan Nurgalieva created a blog where she regularly writes about her research and life in academia.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 754489.