Transnational Knowledge Networks (TKN) in global science and technology is at the centre of the research agenda of the Information Management group in the School of Computing and Engineering.
The School hosted the Transnational Knowledge Networks (TKN) in Global Science networking event on 28 March 2014. The event stemmed from a research project by doctoral student Miriam Palacios-Callender, which focuses on mobility, migration and networking in the Cuban scientific community. Guests from around the world attended to hear speakers share their expertise on the topic.
These web pages provide a platform for researchers and practitioners with a common interest in TKNs to exchange information, share experiences, develop connections and promote projects to encourage the development of TKNs as a contribution to global science and technology.