Award-winning science broadcaster Richard Hollingham presents this introductory hands-on course on how to podcast – from getting good quality sound and content – to getting your podcast online and heard.
University staff and students are invited to participate in the ‘Communicating with Confidence’ training course with the Edinburgh International Science Festival. This course will develop your science communication and engagement
This workshop introduces the tools for successful event and festival organisation, management and evaluation. The workshop provides highly practical advice and opportunities to develop your event or festival plans
There’s still time to apply for a Society for Endocrinology Public Engagement grant! These grants are available to public engagement professionals, to create projects aimed at engaging non-scientists with hormones.
The goal of NUCLEUS is to identify and overcome institutional barriers for mainstreaming RRI (“Responsible research and Innovation”) in universities and other research institutions. At this year’s conference, the theme
Beltane Breakfasts and Twilights are informal meetings where people from Edinburgh’s universities can come to find out more and share information about specific public engagement topics. At this Beltane Breakfast,
This creative workshop which follows on from ‘Getting started: Outcomes and indicators’ shows you what evaluation methods to use and how to make a monitoring and evaluation plan. Explore the questions and
Venue to be confirmed shortly Beltane Breakfasts and Twilights are informal meetings where people from Edinburgh’s universities can come to find out more and share information about specific public engagement
Tomorrow, Kate Cross (University of St Andrews) will be taking over the Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas Twitter and Instagram to share a bit about her Fringe show 'Battling Boffins Smackdown!'-follow us on Instagram @cabaretofdangerousideas and tune in to find out more! #CODITakeOverpic.twitter.com/Ufxlg5hZQn