Find the latest updates of public engagement news, opportunities, funding, and more.
In the run-up to the Curiosity Carnival, Priyanka Dhopade from the Department of Engineering Science took part in the I'm a Researcher... online activity and was voted winner by the students. Here she describes her experience.
The Museum of Natural History's popular family science day, Super Science Saturday, returns on 25 November, and is looking for researchers to get involved, along the theme of 'Surprising Science'.
This month (October) the Natural Environment Research Council will be focusing public engagement on its website and social media - and you can get involved.
The Citizen Science platform, Zooniverse, is recruiting ambassadors to get people involved with doing science at events, and through online writing.
The Engage Conference from the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement is the main conference for those interested in public engagement via HEIs to hear the latest developments, network and discuss. This year it returns to Bristol from 6-7 December.
Curiosity Carnival took place last Friday and by all accounts ran smoothly and was a great success.
The Institute of Physics Public Engagement grant scheme provide up to £2,000 to individuals and organisations running physics-based events and activities in the UK and Ireland.
The Science Media Centre is inviting applications from final-year undergrads, postgrad students or those looking for a career change to carry out a four-week internship.
Taylor and Francis are hosting a free webinar on October 12th at 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM BST for academics who are looking to learn more about engaging with the media including how and why they should.
The popular Science Communication masterclass from the University of the West of England is back.