Knowledge Exchange and the Creative Industries Seminar Series, 6 November 2019 to 22 April 2020
The University of Bristol are hosting a series of seminars tied together around the theme of future directions for immersivity in the creative industries, with each event exploring collaborations across different creative forms, including cinema, theatre, gaming, virtual and augmented reality, music, and audio storytelling.
Speak up for Food Security
Deadline: 26 January
The Global Food Security programme’s annual research storytelling competition. Featuring a 2 day research story masterclass.
Connected Communities Research Programme Book Launch: 28 January
You are warmly invited to the launch of Imagining Regulation Differently edited by Morag McDermont, Tim Cole, Janet Newman and Angela Piccini. The book introduces the results of a 5-year collaboration between English and Welsh community organisations and the Universities of Bristol and Cardiff exploring how regulation can both constrain and further engagement in decision-making.
Barriers to Access in Science Communication and Public Engagement: 30 January
This free seminar will explore the different barriers affecting people in science communication, discuss the impact this can have on our events and projects, and how we can all improve our science communication and engagement work.
Science Busking Training for Cardiff Science Festival: 5 February
The Institute of Physics, together with Cardiff Science Festival, will hold a free workshop about science busking. The workshop will introduce you to science busking, working with like-minded people and science communication professionals on how to use your body and your voice to convey scientific ideas. It will also cover intriguing demos that you will use to entice the public. No previous experience required!
Genetics Society Communicating Your Science Workshop: deadline 28 February
This workshop brings together experts in different fields – writers, broadcasters, publishers, industrialists, computer scientists, and presenters – to help you explore and develop your communication skills. The Genetics Society will cover travel (within the UK only), accommodation and meals for successful applicants.
Science Filmmaking Courses
Taught by an ex-BBC science documentary filmmaker, these courses give you the skills to make and promote engaging films about research. March and October.