Soapbox Science is a fresh, no-frills grass-roots approach to bringing science to people on the streets, especially those who wouldn’t otherwise have come across science in their daily lives.
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The project was co-produced from the beginning, with the idea generated from a discussion between a farmer and an academic researcher.
This case study looks at an activity run by the University of East Anglia hosted SUPI with year 10 pupils.
Day of the Girl Norwich exists to raise awareness about the issues facing girls locally, nationally and internationally and uses the UN designated International Day of the Girl Child as a focal point.
The main purpose of the project was to introduce runners to sport science research so that they can use this knowledge to help them run faster, more often, be healthier, and be happier.
This project aimed to develop a research network to explore the translation of knowledge on minority ethnic history in Britain – specifically that relating to ‘mixed race’ people, couples and families – using creative and innovative digital methods.
The purpose of the project was specifically to answer ‘What is the nature, extent and impact of using art created by people with dementia, their carers, and the general public on public perceptions about dementia?’
Tackling the urban health divide in Kawempe slum, Kampala, Uganda Discipline: Multi-disciplinary (primarily social sciences including community and public health) Participants: The project is running in four parishes in Kawempe Division, Kampala’s poorest slum, exploring the potential of increasing...
Learning about Ethics through Participatory Community Food Security Assessments Discipline: Multi-disciplinary (primarily social sciences and humanities including food studies, political science, community health, nutrition, etc.) Participants: Community- and university-based researchers working...
This project is focused on the transmission of parasites between wildlife and livestock and we work directly with farmers in Botswana to improve livestock health and to gather data that will allow us to develop sustainable and cost-effective worm treatment strategies.