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Capabilities in Academic Policy Engagement (CAPE) is a 4-year research and knowledge exchange project, funded by Research England, between five universities: Cambridge, Manchester, Northumbria, Nottingham and UCL, in collaboration with the Government Office for Science, the Parliamentary Office for Science & Technology, Nesta and the Transforming Evidence Hub. CAPE tests and evaluates academic policy engagement mechanisms – including skills training, knowledge exchange events, policy fellowships and funding – in order to understand how to support effective, sustainable and diverse academic policy engagement. CAPE is also developing toolkits, guides and reports for the higher education sector based on its findings.