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Dagan Smith 2h
Hey - as a constituent it would be great to know of these visits beforehand. I've missed and now - seems like they're avoiding meeting actual public..?
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Dr Emma Bridges Sep 9
If you're a UK-based researcher in classics (broadly defined) and you want some cash for a project, next deadline for small grants (up to £500) is 1st October. Details here (scroll past conf grants for PE fund info):
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EPSRC Sep 11
Engineering Engagement Champions (Pilot) - up to £1.5M available to provide bespoke support to EPSRC researchers in our community to undertake activities in order to inspire and interact with the public. More
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Dr Charlotte May Sep 13
One of the lesser-acknowledged challenges of and : the acquisition and storage of STUFF. From cuddly microbes, blankets, information sheets and awesome feedback (which I want to frame), clearing out my office has been a harder task than anticipated!
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Center for Academic Innovation Sep 14
We invite faculty to share their recent scholarship with broader audiences through "explainers." What are explainers? We're glad you asked. Our Public Engagement team has answers for you!
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David Llobet-Navas 4h
and trying to explain our work outside the laboratory!
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Katerina Kallianioti Sep 11
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Paula Goodale Sep 13
Replying to @PaulaGoodale
I've taken part in the last two and it's great fun, once you get over the terror! Instant feedback from real life and some insights you might not have thought of.
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Earlham Institute 3h
It's not often that the general public gets to see what happens behind the scenes of a scientific research institute...
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symmetry magazine 5h
opens its doors to the public Sept. 14 and 15. Around 150 activities are planned across 9 of the laboratory's sites. More details, including registration, at .
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Stephen Thackeray Sep 11
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Self-Harm Research Sep 12
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Earlham Institute Sep 14
More than just an open day: public engagement with impact! Read the feature:  
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Dr Emma Bridges Sep 11
Some inspiration here on cultural participation and from . Some excellent case studies, including one from on her work with craft and heritage practitioners to engage marginalised communities
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TREE Uni of Exeter Sep 10
Hey researchers and prof services staff working in health research! Need money and/or support to do public engagement? We've got a funding scheme for you, up to £1000:
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NCCPE Sep 11
In case you missed it, registration for is open and early bird tickets are flying out the door. Really exciting, it's going to be a very busy and engaging conference. Who's in? Looking forward to seeing you all in Bristol soon
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N. Fontaine 9h
This is an amazing opportunity! I participated in the inaugural CULTIVO and not only was it a collaboration between scientists and artist, it was a beautiful cultural exchange 💕
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Ellis Westwood Sep 13
Proud to have been involved in IAP2 Award winning public engagement project for the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
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BioMedia Lab Sep 14
💯 🌱The CULTIVO MENTORSHIP for Artists and Scientists of Color! -- "immersive learning experience that combines ART, BIOLOGY &a w/opportunities to share expertise +gain leadership experience" in EL PASO, TX
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Beverley Pomeroy Sep 12
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