Legacy refers to what we leave behind when a research project or program is completed, such as people, social infrastructure and technical information. The work may have developed important products, experience and skills that can be further adopted and used beyond the lifespan of the R&D contract, including by people and organisations not involved in the study.

The legacy component within a Knowledge and Adoption plan ensures the research outputs and outcomes are not forgotten or lost upon completion of the work and that their adoption does not cease.

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