Find the latest updates of public engagement news, opportunities, funding, and more.
The British Science Association's annual celebration of science will be heading to Coventry next year - and you can get involved. They're looking for nominations for speakers, and other activities.
The science communication competition is back - get involved with the local heats.
This talk is co-hosted by the Oxford Martin School, University College & Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, to celebrate their 20th Anniversary and is a continuation of the Trinity Term Series Science and Populism: from evidence to narrative
The MPLS Impact Awards are now open for nominations and include a specific category for Public Engagement with Research.
The Forum is a new termly series of events for Oxford's research community to explore and debate Public Engagement with Research practice and policy and provide opportunities for sharing learning and networking. The first event focuses on public engagement by early career researchers.
This series of talks from the Oxford Martin School, University College and the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing brings together speakers on a range of subjects around science and society. Five new talks have been added to the series, starting October 30.
Cheltenham Science Festival is a six day programme of talks, hands-on activities and workshops. There are a number of opportunities open now to take part, and invitation to join up with other departments.
This new overview provides 'at a glance' information about a range of local and national festivals for you to consider taking your research to.
The Division's programme of public engagement training for all researchers and support staff is now available, and registration will be opening soon - make a note and save the dates!
The Oxford Hands-on Society (Ox-HOS) is a student led group that run workshops for students aged 9-14 to allow them to both have fun and learn more about science through hands-on experiments. There are welcome events taking place this autumn.