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In the context of a researcher’s activities, Managing research is the processes related to the planning, organizing, setting objectives, controlling and evaluating of RDA activities and their associated human and financial resources. It includes the provision of leadership to, and assessment of, other scientists, engineers, technologists, and/or other staff. Managing research is one of the three research contexts in which a researcher is expected to conduct his/her activities. Managing research is distinct from the position-based role of a research manager. RELATED TERM. Research context; Research manager; Program manager; Laboratory manager; Manager