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Muscling In! Developing Science Shows Collaboratively with Schools

At the Engagement & Enterprise Awards 2017, Suzanne Eldridge, William Harvey Research Institute and Ameerah Khan, Katie Chambers, Centre of the Cell were finalists for an INTERACT award, celebrating the partnerships that often underpin great public engagement. Below, Suzanne Eldridge shares her experience of being part of the project: 

Date added: Thursday, January 11, 2018

Katie's Team - our Engagement and Enterprise Awards nomination

As nominations close for the Engagement and Enterprise Awards, we asked some of last year's finalists and winners about their projects, and what it means to them.

Date added: Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Syria: A Story of Conflict

Since September 2016, Chris Phillips has been working with the Imperial War Museum (IWM) as curator for a public exhibition on the Syrian Civil War. Nominated for an Public Engagement Award at the Engagement and Enterprise Awards 2018, and the exhibition about to move to WIM North, Chris reflects on his experience. 

Date added: Thursday, February 1, 2018

Kiyma Canina: Online self-help programme

Ozlem Eyelm has created an online self-help programme for managing suicidal thoughts and worries for the Turkish-speaking populations in the UK and in the Netherlands. Nominated for an at the , Ozlem shares her experience.

Date added: Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Talking Trauma at the Big Bang Fair

The Centre for Trauma Sciences were awarded a Large Grant from the Centre for Public Engagement last year. Below, we catch up with how they're getting on with their project: 

Date added: Monday, April 16, 2018

RHS 250
Do the over 65y want technology to help them take their medication?

In 2015 Anna De Simoni was awarded a small CPE grant to organise two workshops in two community centres in London with over 65 years old on daily medications.  The topic of discussion was whether they consider technology helpful with their daily medication taking. Her post summarises these conversations, which have informed a successful National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) programme grant application and offer insights to clinicians and policy makers about the potential role of technologies in medicine taking in this patient group.

Date added: Tuesday, May 15, 2018

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