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

Priyanka at live final

New Scientist Live is back again this year, and are looking for nominations for speakers and exhibitors.


A free online course to develop volunteering skills and STEM activities for young people with a program of flexible courses from STEM Ambassadors.


The Healthcare Infection Society offer up to £1,000 to support events and activities that promote aspects of clinical microbiology, infection prevention and control, and healthcare associated infections to the public and other relevant stakeholders.


in2scienceUK is looking for researchers to get involved and host a disadvantaged Year 12 student for 1 to 2 weeks during the summer.


The annual celebration of all that is fascinating and wonderful science - in a pub - returns to Oxford, with a plethora of speakers across six locations - featuring 15 talks from MPLS researchers.


This year 6 researchers in MPLS departments will be taking part as speakers at the Hay Literary Ferstival, 24 May - 3 June.


A new series of talks at the Oxford Martin School in conjunction with with The Oxford Institute of Population, featuring a number of topics around science engagement, through media, policy making and gaining trust, which will be of interest for anyone interested in exploring science engagement.


The newly formed UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has updated its website to include a section on public engagement, sharing their vision and plans to consult to develop plans.


Paul Manners, Director of the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE), will share lessons learnt about assessment of impact(s) arising from public engagement in REF 2014, and, the works currently underway aimed at providing a more robust framework for evaluating impact(s) arising from public engagement for REF2021.


Up to £2,000 to individuals and organisations running physics-based events and activities in the UK and Ireland.