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

Priyanka at live final

The Pitt Rivers Museum are keen to talk to researchers from all disciplines to form new collaborations.

In its 15th year, the popular Festival of Nature, Bath and Bristol, is inviting applications to take part.

Public Engagement Grant to support organisation and delivery of outreach activities, aimed at school children and/or wider public with endocrinology.

Interested in Citizen Science and Scientific Crowdsourcing? UCL Extreme citizen Science (ExCiteS) group plus guest lecturers are offering a free online course.

I was asked to write a short case study on the MPLS Division's Public Engagement journey over the last two years to feed into the University's reporting for the Catalyst Seed Fund. I've shared it here for those who might be curious to know what's been going on.

A new guide, commissioned by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) sets out 6 principles for those communicating climate science - but is a useful guide for anyone communicating science. There's also a webinar on 5 Feb.

A new series of case studies looking at the public engagement activities and experiences of MPLS researchers at the Curiosity Carnival are being released monthly.

Soapbox Science, the event where women scientists can share their work with the public, is back for its third year in Oxford.

Funding between £5k and £3 million for anyone with a great idea for engaging the public in conversations about health-related science and research.

Are you a PhD graduate who wants to help a young person realise their academic potential? The Brilliant Club is a charity that aims to increase access to highly selective Universities. The 'Researchers in Schools' and 'Scholars' programmes offers opportunities for DPhil students and post-doctoral researchers to run tutorials designed around their own research to small groups of pupils.