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The 2030 Agenda enhances the role that science plays in sustainable development. However, there is a need for new models of science-policy interface that can shape national agendas more strongly and help evidence-based policy advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This session brings together several stakeholders who will present programmes and practices that have reinforced science and policy interconnections and research focused on the SDGs. By identifying main obstacles and enablers in the production and implementation of policy-oriented research towards the 2030 Agenda, we will see how different actors are addressing this challenge. We welcome contributions based on experiences from researchers, policy makers, funding agencies, international organisations and civil society. There will be a particular focus on successful multi-stakeholder partnerships that have effectively worked towards the 2030 Agenda, and on the role that research-funding agencies have played in backstopping science connected to the SDGs and the integration of the findings into policy action.