The 'Living Links to Human Evolution' Research Centre is a world-class primate research centre of the University of St Andrews, explicitly designed for public engagement on a massive scale, through locating it in Edinburgh Zoo.
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This case study explores one of the projects run by the University of Strathclyde MUSE (Models of University-Schools Engagement) SUPI project.
This project explores do we want and need robot companions? And, if so, what kinds of robot companions do we, as a society, want?
The About Families project worked to ensure that the changing needs of parents – including families affected by disability – are met by providing accessible and relevant evidence to inform services.
This project is a digital exploration of local history and heritage in the remote North Pennines, running alongside a community theatre project which aimed to tell the true story of a lead miners’ riot in 1818.
The development and use of an Architectural Design Quality Evaluation Tool for Local Authority private finance initiative sheltered housing projects.
This case study explores the Lancaster University hosted SUPI project, focusing on how a Sociology teacher was inspired to encourage and engage pupils in research, supported by the Senior Leadership Team at Queen Elizabeth School (QES).
This case study explores how to make collaborative planning between universities and schools work, based upon the ‘Murder in the Medical School’ activity run by the University of Southampton hosted ‘Talk to US!’ SUPI project.
‘Hryre’ (the word for ruin in Old English) is a major new, permanent public artwork created to explore the medieval heritage of Chester.
Stories of a Different Kind was developed to engage the public in a reassessment of widely held assumptions surrounding disability and to challenge deeply entrenched negative and discriminatory contemporary attitudes towards disabled people.