Value for funding: the story of how a grant mobilized a country towards engaging Guatemala’s scientific diasporas

In June 2021, INASP launched a call for empowering Southern researchers and evidence professionals through an AI-enabled social learning platform....

Using AI to reduce knowledge inequity – a transdisciplinary approach

How can digital tools and artificial intelligence (AI) break some barriers in scientific collaboration, communication, and the use of research...

New Research4Life User Review sheds light on users’ needs and challenges

Research4Life programmes make a significant positive difference to research experiences in low- and middle-income countries – but only when users know they are available and how to use them. This press release from Research4Life shares key findings of a study by INASP.

Rangoli picture representing open access.

Open Access: challenges and opportunities for LMICs and the potential impact of UK policy

In late 2019, INASP was commissioned by three UK funders to undertake a consultation to understand the challenges and opportunities that open access presents to low- and middle-income country stakeholders.

Two Research4Life users during a workshop in Papua New Guinea, December 2019.

Research4Life selects INASP to evaluate user experiences

Independent and wide-ranging research into user experiences will inform Research4Life’s future work in reducing the knowledge gap between researchers in industrialized nations and those in low- and middle-income countries.

Reflecting on work to improve information access

Anne Powell reviews how INASP’s information access work has evolved, and reflects on some of her highlights.

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