Born in 2013 on the sunny coast of Southern California the partnership network SURFIN grew from a Marie Curie funding provided by the European Union.
The goal of SURFIN is to explore how education can foster the sharing and using of valuable research-based knowledge in practice, i.e. understanding Research with Real Impact.
SURFIN offers a space for collaboration, sharing of expertise and findings that elicit research-based knowledge flow in practice.
Read about the work of SURFIN partners in this list of publications.
More than a master: Developing, sharing and using knowledge in school-university research networks
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Learn about projects that partners are conducting.
Explore the current SURFIN research partnership projects in the U.S.A., England, Spain and Holland. Learn about the people, their work and writings.