Becoming an Engaging Researcher is a module to inspire, inform and develop researchers to engage effectively with the public at the University of Strathclyde.
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'Don’t Get Me Started' is a Durham University/W-West Glasgow/ASH-Scotland/Espacio Ciencia (Montevideo) and CIET (Centro de Investigación para la epidemia del tabaquismo) Uruguay collaborative research project on the use and potential of science education centres for tobacco control.
Fulfilling Lives is a collaborative research project involving Gateshead People, a self advocacy group run by people with learning disabilities for people with learning disabilities, and researchers from Durham and Northumbria Universities.
The ethical challenges described are drawn from the experience of undertaking three research projects.
As part of the Institute of Food Research Outreach and Public Engagement Workshop we ran a competition to find the best outreach idea. Entrants were asked to describe their idea for an outreach event. The competition closed 4 days before the workshop to allow time for judging to take place. Winners...
This workshop was a half day event designed to enthuse and inspire staff and students at the Institute of Food Research (IFR) to take part in more outreach and public engagement (PE) activities.
I’m a Scientist is a science dialogue event where school students talk to real scientists online for two weeks. It’s in the form of an X Factor style competition between scientists, who compete for a prize of £500.