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

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IT Services are offer media training. This session aims to help you make the most of any media opportunity you have, planned or otherwise.

The Association of British Science Writers are hosting this panel discussion with the aim of jump-starting a conversation around the question: What’s the role of science journalism in these debates?

Science Oxford are hosting a scratch session where you can try out new things you're working on to get feedback, or come along to watch others.

The Science Communication unit at the University of the West of England is providing two short online courses for professional development. The first course starts 15 Jan 2018.

Publishers Taylor & Francis, in collaboration with Sense about Science and the Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology, have have just launched a new guide for researchers on 'Getting your research into parliament'.

The Radcliffe Science Library has equipment available to borrow to create your own immersive digital experiences.

Pop Up Science is a practical guide to transforming empty shops into creative spaces for science engagement.

The United Nation's international day of celebration to highlight the importance of science in and for society and that science, peace and development are interlinked.

The Museum-University Partnership Initiatitve is hosting a symposium for museum staff, volunteers, and academics to come together to explore how to support and offer their own Musuem-University Partnerships.

Professor David Pyle has been appointed as the MPLS Division's first Academic Champion for Public Engagement with Research (PER) at the University of Oxford.