Impacts where the beneficiaries may include businesses, either new or established, or other organisations which undertake activity that creates jobs and revenue. Beneficiaries may also include graduates, employees, trained scientists and the general public.
The following are examples of Economic Impacts
Impacts where the beneficiaries may include individuals, groups of individuals, organisations or communities whose quality of life, knowledge, behaviours, creative practices or other activity have been influenced positively.
The following are examples of Societal Impacts
Impacts where the beneficiaries include Irish based research scientists who are striving to improve their international reputation and international scientists who wish to relocate their research groups to Ireland. Irish businesses and Irish headquarters of MNCs may also benefit from increased international engagement.
The following are examples of International Engagement Impacts
Impacts where the beneficiaries may include government, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), charities and public sector organisations and society, either as a whole or groups of individuals in society. Impact can occur top-down through policy changes and bottom up, through changing behaviours at the delivery level.
The following are examples of Policy & Public Service Impacts
Impacts where the beneficiaries may include individuals (including groups of individuals) whose health outcomes have been improved or whose quality of life has been enhanced (or potential harm mitigated) through the application of enhanced healthcare for individuals or public health activities
The following are examples of Health and Wellbeing Impacts
Impacts where the key beneficiaries are the natural and built environment with its ecosystem services, together with societies, individuals or groups of individuals who benefit as a result.
The following are examples of Environmental Impacts
Impacts where beneficiaries may include organisations or individuals involved in the development of and delivery of professional service
The following are examples of Professional Service Impacts
Impacts where beneficiaries cover the entire population, primary school students studying STEM subjects, the general workforce including science teachers, health professionals, policy makers, business leaders in SMEs and MNCs and the general public
The following are examples of Human Capacity Impacts