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A new case study has been published that delves into the experience of Professor David Pyle in Earth Sciences, who led a team engaging the public with volcanic eruptions at the prestigious Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition.

We're delighted to share a new case study that delves into the experience of Prof David Pyle, Professor of Earth Sciences here at the University of Oxford, taking an exhibition to the prestigious, high profile Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition.

David provides key insights, including:

  1. The reach and value of participating in the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition
  2. How creative engagement approaches can help convey complex research
  3. How planning and preparation is key to turn ideas into reality at this high profile event

There's plenty to be inspired by and learn from.

Click here to read the case study

The Royal Society Summer Exhibition call for applications is open now, with a deadline on 2 October. Click here to read more about how to get involved in the Royal Society Summer Exhibition.