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Find the latest updates of public engagement news, opportunities, funding, and more.

These support the sharing of research knowledge and material beyond researcher’s own peer groups. Grants are worth up to £2,500.

This funding, previously known as the Provision for Public Engagement, helps Wellcome gran tholders engage the public with their research.

The Institute of Physics awards medals to individuals who have made distinguished contributions to physics and have six medals covering education, widening participation and public engagement.

The popular science engagement activity that takes place entirely online is open for applications for their March 2018 event.

The science communication competition is back - get involved with the local heats.

Small grants (up to £2,000) is available through the Royal Society of Chemistry's outreach grant scheme.

The Public Affairs Directorate have put together some guidance: Filming with 'drones', and for how to handle requests for filming.

Oxford Sparks LIVE is the Division's first public event, taking place 30 November, and we're looking for researchers and students to come along and share their research at the Discover Zone.

The Conversation is an independent source of news and views, sourced from the academic and research community and delivered direct to the public. The University are members and as such can contribute stories to the site, which can then be republished. Here they provide a comprehensive guide to better understand what they do and how you can get involved.

The guide is aimed at researchers to help and encourage them to involve the public in working out how to communicate findings -- from the earliest stages of projects, and on the most challenging of subjects.