How to become a MIRA member and get on MIRA's Research Map
In order to facilitate interdisciplinary connections, MIRA has constructed a Research Map. Displayed to the right, MIRA members have been asked to position themselves within the two-dimensional plot, with the Y-axis illustrating research output (policy, product/service or academic, where academic output is represented at the intersection with the X-axis), and the X-axis displaying the type of research conducted, from theory/discovery to practice/application.
The map is intended to allow MIRA researchers to view themselves as part of a broader community, and will facilitate connections by highlighting areas of strength and opportunity among MIRA members.
If you're interested in becoming a MIRA member, reach out to MIRA's research coordinator Gésine Alders at firstname.lastname@example.org today.