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Small grants (up to £2,000) and Large grants (£2-10k) are available through the Royal Society of Chemistry's outreach grant scheme.
Grants of up to £500 are available to members of the Genetics Society to cover costs associated with travel and materials for public engagement activities relevant to Genetics.
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. Videos of each talk will be added here after each event.
The Royal Society of Chemistry's Inclusion and Diversity Fund provides financial support, up to £5,000, for innovative products, activities and research projects that promote inclusion and diversity in the chemical science community.
Paul Manners, Director of the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE), shared 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 as part of a webinar hosted by Vertigo Ventures.
Dr Holly Reeve, Project Manager and Co-Investigator of the HydRegen project (Department of Chemistry), has been awarded the MPLS British Science Association Media Fellowship and will be working at the Mirror this July.
The Museum's upcoming contemporary science exhibition is set to be on all things Bacteria. They're now looking for researchers to get involved with an exciting programme of events, kicking off in October
A family fun day with a science twist is taking place at Harwell on June 9.
Science Oxford hosts a training and support network for aspiring science communicators - offering training, networking and opportunities.
This free workshop is aimed at early career researchers (PhD students, post-doctoral fellows or equivalents) interested in communicating research and engaging the public, to hear directly from and ask questions of: researchers who have interacted with the media, science journalists, and policymakers.