How can social scientists can get involved with the Catapult Network?
Published on 18 January 2024
ACCESS interviews Will Pearson, Head of Academic Engagement from Catapult Connected Places to find out more about the Catapult network and how social scientists can get involved.
Will talks about the Catapult Connected Places and the Catapult network and explains why integrating the social sciences in their work is so important. He highlights several great opportunities for social scientists to get involved with their projects.
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