So, I was wondering, is there any actually research out there on what defines a good interdisciplinary research strategy?
Obviously it's very specific from piece to piece, department to department, and combined backgrounds to combined backgrounds. But are there any 'best practices' of what is common across sound interdisciplinary research in different fields?
I see UKRI has published reports, but these seem quite abstract and political in nature. I'm after something more practical.
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