Public Engagement training for engineers: Bath, 30 October

Burgers & Bioreactors – public engagement training for engineers: Bath, 30 October

The University of Bath is running a training event for engineers who want to develop skills in public engagement.

The goal of this day-long (9.30 – 17.30) workshop is to provide you with a platform to question and discuss the wider social, ethical and aesthetic implications of your work.To register for this event, contact Amy Phillips.

To elicit this, the case study of in-vitro meat will be used. You will explore the obstacles and opportunities as in-vitro meat moves from the R&D lab to the dinner plate. How will interactions between logistics, engineering and society shape the public acceptability of cultured meat?

Free policy conference for early career scientists

18 September 2014

The University of Sheffield group ‘Science in Policy’ has organised a free science-policy conference to be held on the 7th November 2014. The conference is tailored specifically for PhD students postdocs, research assistants and academics in the fields of biology, physics, chemistry and geography, alongside those working at the science-policy interface.

Doc/Fest – Market Toolkit Workshops

19 – 21 August 2014

Have you been to Doc/Fest, made loads of awesome connections, been inspired by a slew of great sessions and now want to kick-start you project into action and make it reality?

Sheffield Doc/Fest is pleased to present the Market Toolkit workshops as a follow up to your Doc/Fest experience. We’re setting up shop for the summer in London’s East End at The Proud Archivist to bring you three days of workshops to hone your skills in pitching, funding and distribution, and provide you with an essential Market Toolkit to get your project out there into the world.

Pick one or two days at £50 +VAT each, or come to all three days with our excellent value bundle package at £125 +VAT:

  • Tuesday 19th August – Alternative Funding and Distribution
  • Wednesday 20th August – The Inside Track On Traditional Funding And Distribution Strategies
  • Thursday 21st August – Developing Interactive Projects

Find out more about the Market Toolkit workshops and buy tickets here.

Engagement in Research June 12 – 13th change of venue!

Hello all,

This is just a short update to notify you that we have had to change venue due to an issue with our original booking clashing with rehearsals that we’d been unaware were happening nearby. The Role of Engagement in Research events this June 12- 13 will now take place at 52 Pritchatts Rd – Lecture Theatre 1  – Building G9 (Red) on the campus map. All sessions will be held here.

Thanks to everyone who has signed up already, we look forward to seeing you there. Keep spreading the message to your colleagues in the meantime, as we’d like as many people as possible to benefit from these sessions!

Best wishes,