How we define public engagement with research, our approach and how support staff to engage public groups with their work.
Public Engagement Unit
We facilitate public engagement for our research students and staff to build links with the public.
The Physiology Society is offering funds for activities that increase understanding of physiology. Deadlines 31 January (up to £20,000) & all year (under £500).
The Institute of Physics in Wales is offering grants of up to £750 to run physics-based events and activities in Wales. Deadline open all year.
The Royal Society of Chemistry invite researchers to apply for between £500 to £2,000 to run public and schools engagement activities. Deadline 13 January.
The Royal Society of Chemistry invites researchers to apply for between £2,000 and £10,000 to run public and schools engagement activities. Deadline 13 January.
Tell the story of your research from the Digital Economy Theme of EPSRC, ESRC or AHRC. Deadline 12 December.
The Physiological Society is hosting a webinar for researchers with little prior experience of public engagement. Deadline for registration is 28 November 2019.
Thursday 5 December 2019, Life Science Centre, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Tuesday 14 January 2020, The Birmingham & Midland Institute, Birmingham
Wednesdays (2-3pm) monthly from 6 November 2019 to 22 April 2020, Senate House, University of Bristol, Bristol
UWE Science Communication Seminar Series about the personal and public benefits of writing about research. Friday 29 November, 13:00 - 14:00, UWE.
People in Health West of England are hosting a workshop on the 11 December to explore co-production in health and social care research
Taking place at Anglia Ruskin University in September 2020, apply to showcase your work at Europe's longest-running science Festival. Deadline 17 February 2020.
The 2020 Bristol Science Film Competition is now open for filmmakers, regardless of experience on any science fact or fiction theme. Deadline 1 May 2020.
Create an engaging poster exhibit as part of the STEM for Britain competition and event (9 March) hosted at the Houses of Parliament. Deadline 2 December.
Benefits of the knowledge exchange engagement method, with case studies from researchers who've used it to engage public groups.
Benefits of the practice-based engagement method, with case studies from researchers who've used it to engage public groups.
Benefits of co-producing work with public groups as an engagement method, with case studies from researchers who've used it.
Benefits of the consulting with industry for public engagement, with case studies, research and blogs from researchers who've used this method.
Jon Noble, from the Centre for Sustainable and Circular Technologies, shares his experience taking part in Science at Radstock.
Helen Featherstone, Head of Public Engagement, shares her thoughts on how we define the 'public' and asks ultimately does it matter?
Time is a barrier that is cited as a reason that stops people doing public engagement. Helen Featherstone, Head of Public Engagement, looks more closely at this