New blog post by Olivia Bina and colleagues, introducing research arising from the INTREPID Cost Action.

Urban research, the focus of UTH, is almost by definition both inter and transdisciplinary – this blog post reflects on the skills and dispositions needed, as well as the far reaching career implications of such research.

If disciplines shape scientific research by forming the primary institutional and cognitive units in academia, how do researchers start being interested in and working with a transdisciplinary approach? How does this influence their career development?