Innovative Collaboration – Insights from Transdisciplinary Seminar

Participants share their experiences

As a part of WISIONS Innovation Lab Nepal project, we invited more than 20 students and young researchers from different disciplines to Kathmandu and took a deep dive into the methods and key concepts of transdisciplinary research. The participants presented their research projects and collaboratively worked on advancing them with transdisciplinary approaches & perspectives.

The three-day seminar took place in the first week of October and was organized by WISIONS, TUAAN, and the Tribhuvan University. We want to warmly thank everyone who helped to make the seminar a success.

In our newly published video the participants share their experience of the seminar and how it contributes to their future research. Have a look!


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