Professor Anthony Hollander
As scientists, we're sometimes viewed as another species. I'm on a bit of a mission to break down that stereotype by showing that I'm a human being.
This collection of case studies shows the many ways in which University staff and students engage the public with their research.
"A wonderful lecture in both content and presentation"
Member of the audience
Twilight Talks - a series of informal, relaxed, early evening public talks on a wide range of subjects.
Choosing the right topic and opening up questions for an audience to examine is vital for a successful public event, and can be informative for all—me included.– Dr Jones, Dept of Historical Studies
Dr Catherine Hunt from the Department of History of Art writes about an exciting joint public engagement project between the University of Bristol and Arnolfini
Lesley Lees writes about her experiences of starting a reading group with adults on the autistic spectrum.
The evolution of danceroom Spectroscopy from humble sci-art installation to international sensation
Winners of the University of Bristol Engagement Awards for 2012/13. Showing outstanding achievement in engagement were:
Know your Bristol, School of Humanities
Dr Pauline Heslop, Norah Fry Research Centre
Dr David Glowacki, School of Chemistry