A research impact story is a 1,200-word elaborate narrative of a scientific manuscript backed with impact evidence, and linkage to trending news that is supplemented with a 10- to 15-minute audiobook.
Despite relentless efforts in staging conferences or publishing reports, evidencing research impact is crucial,
and not limited, to securing new or renewal of research grants. Communicating the relevance, timeliness,
and benefits of research increases its acceptance among policymakers, practitioners, and funders.
“In a recent survey, 75% of people said they would choose to listen to an audiobook than read a textbook,
and 50% would choose to listen to audio than watch a video…” (Source : SciPod)