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Communicating Maths

Third/fourth year students at the University of Bath communicate mathematics in an exciting, interactive way to the public through four tasks.

Visualising Voices

Collaborative oral history research project to create an animated film marking the 40th anniversary of the salvage and return of the ss Great Britain to Bristol

Early Career Researcher Awards

Vitae North West Hub and the Manchester Beacon collaborated to support researcher development through PE and mentoring to five projects in the North West region

The York Award

Award developed by the University of York to provide recognition of the skills developed through academic study, work experience and leisure interests carried out whilst at university

Future animals: Friend or Food?

‘Future animals’ was an integrated arts and science project that brought together teenagers, Cardiff University staff and students, Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales, and an artist to discuss how human manipulation of past animals produced animals of the present day, and to design animals for

An apple a day

Using special events (e.g., Apple Day) to enable researchers and academics to engage with the wider public. It started as information about apples, apple tasting, access to archive materials and a talk. It has become a larger scale event including activities for all the family and the opportunity

Objects of Inspiration

BA (hons) students of various disciplines are annually empowered to re-interpret the Royal Cornwall Museum’s collections in creative ways that will appeal to young people aged 16-24, creating surprising interventions to both engage this age group and represent them to other sectors of Cornwall’s

University engagement at the Eisteddfod

Techniquest and Cardiff University worked in partnership to develop a range of interactive exhibits to engage people in research carried out by the university, to celebrate Cardiff University’s 125th anniversary at the National Eisteddfod (Europe’s largest cultural festival), at subsequent

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