Is feminism relevant to young women today? – an ethnographic research and reflection into public engagement and social participation working with local young people.
The project aimed to raise awareness of parasitic infections and global poverty. The science then inspired designs which were translated into large-scale public art (Rangoli).
The PAGER project - Public EngAGement and Education for Effective Research – involved two ‘outreach’ public engagement educational seminars about clinical research.
The commission of four short stories by established authors, working in collaboration with three Early Career Science Researchers resulting in public events and a book.
An exhibit was developed for the Manchester Science Festival to showcase our research work into domestic energy monitoring and usage analysis.
A partnership pilot project to compile testimonial data, promote discussion about current effects of climate change including migration, refuge and asylum.
Run events highlighting the processes involved in turning guns into goods inculding an opportunity to create peace plaques using casting methods and draw with light sources.
Young people aged 12-19 become "dragons" selecting a winning pitch from academic scientists to run an event at the Manchester Science Festival.
This project is based on academic research into the Guernsey/Bury evacuee experience during World War Two. Recent work with Bury Archive Service had uncovered many local people who has stories to tell but had not yet been captured.
Provide research staff with support and resources to engage with the arc EU Research User Group (RUG).