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Tuesday 24th Nov 2015, 03.45pm

Case Study: Head and the heart - my best scientific presentation

On the 10th of October 2015, The Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, with support from Cancer Research UK and The Wellcome Trust, put on an evening of storytelling and music where researchers from the Centre, the Jenner Institute, and Cancer Research UK came together to tell stories about their lives as scientists, with live musical ac

Thursday 5th May 2016, 03.45pm

Case study: podcasting your science

Dr Sean Elias recently created a podcast series, Vaccines: Concept to Clinic, and tells us about the experience.

Wednesday 6th Jul 2016, 09.30am

The Inaugural Vice Chancellors Awards for Public Engagement with Research


What is Public Engagement?

Public Engagement Resources Round-up

Video Survey

Scientific Teaching Resource Author wanted

The Inaugural Vice Chancellors Awards for Public Engagement with Research

Case study: podcasting your science

The Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Award

Propose an event for the British Science Festival 2016


We offer a range of courses to help you learn about and explore public engagement and science communication, including introductory courses, practical workshops and one-to-one support.

Tuesday 9th May 2017,
05.00pm to 07.00pm

The Butterfly Effect: What Does It Really Signify? - Tim Palmer

Meteorologist Ed Lorenz was one of the founding fathers of chaos theory. In 1963, he showed with just three simple equations that the world around us could be both completely deterministic and yet practically unpredictable. More than this, Lorenz discovered that this behaviour arose from a...

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Getting started in Public Engagement


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Using Social Media to Communicate Your Science


Working with the Media


Writing for the Web


Evaluating Your Public Engagement

Funding and Awards

Find funding and apply for prizes for public engagement

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Other training oppotunities

Members of Oxford University can take advantage of the courses that IT Services and other organisations run that are relevant to public engagement.

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