Engagement Bites: Engagement in Unusual Places

28 June 2017, 1.00 PM - 28 June 2017, 2.00 PM

Seminar Room, Beacon House

Public engagement in science often takes place in familiar places such as science centres or science events. But what happens when we take science to an arts festival, a library or a playground? And how do we tailor the format to suit these audiences? Join Will Hunter, Public Engagement Associate at the MRC IEU and Curator of Einstein's Garden to hear about the process of bringing science engagement to unusual places to reach audiences that aren't 'the usual suspects'. This is the next in a series of informal lunch-time talks organised by the Public Engagement team with the aim of sharing some of the public engagement taking place within the University and opening up conversations. Sign up on Eventbrite.

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