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Science Together: Oxford Researchers and Communities is a pilot programme that explores what challenges can be overcome or opportunities seized by local community groups when they are given access to the world class skills, knowledge and resources of our researchers. Eight community groups are currently working with 28 researchers from University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes University on a diverse range of projects: CO2-absorbing hedgerow pigment paint, wearable technology for dementia sufferers, and the interplay between science, technology and hip-hop all feature!

Science Together - the lowdown

What is the new science engagement programme and what does it set out to achieve? Here is a brief overview of the programme's scope and objectives.

Science Together - March 2021 update

What is the latest news on the science engagement programme? Here is an update on our progress and planned next steps...

Science Together - November 2021 update

An update on the recent developments for the Science Together: Oxford Researchers and Communities (STORC) programme.

Science Together is looking for new Facilitators - apply now!

The Science Together team are looking for Public Engagement with Research and Communications professionals who are available to support researchers and community groups from now until June 2022. Full training and support provided, apply now!

Explore Science Together - 7 June 2022

What happens when eight Oxfordshire community groups are given access to the world-class skills, knowledge and resources of the University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes researchers? Science Together is a brand new, grass-roots programme harnessing the power of community-led collaborative research projects to overcome challenges and seize opportunities to address pressing issues for people who live and work in Oxfordshire. On Tuesday 7 June, everyone is invited to interact with the community groups involved and try out some of the new approaches being developed.