14 March 2014
Approachable and friendly role models like Dr Annela Seddon are important in dispelling stereotypes about physicists and making science accessible to everyone.
11 March 2014
Working in a sensitive area like gender and violence can make public engagement a difficult task. Dr Emma Williamson talks about the lessons learned from the TARA project.
5 March 2014
Professor Chris Bertram talks about his group blog ‘Crooked Timber’ and the benefits of blogging for researchers and engagers.
6 November 2013
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
12 September 2013
Lesley Lees writes about her experiences of starting a reading group with adults on the autistic spectrum.
15 August 2013
The evolution of danceroom Spectroscopy from humble sci-art installation to international sensation
14 August 2013
The outreach team from the School of Experimental Psychology engage primary school pupils through the Brain Box Challenge.
24 April 2013
Dr Josie McLellan takes the plunge and presents a stand up comedy routine with an academic twist at a sell-out Bright Club event
24 April 2013
Gaining experience of public engagement through a British Science Festival scheme
22 April 2013
In March 2013, a group of academics and students from the History department organised ‘Art Inspired By History’ as part of the Past Matters Festival of History.