Tag Archives: Science outreach

Boost your research income through science outreach

Hull Science Festival

Are you interested in doing public engagement and outreach about your research?

Did you know that there are plenty of funding opportunities for outreach and engagement activities, all of which can contribute to research income?

We have published a quick guide to funding opportunities – a list of all councils, charities and research professional bodies and what funding they offer.

If you would like advice about applying for funding, or getting started with science outreach, please contact Phil Bell-Young (p.bell-young@hull.ac.uk)

The Jelly Baby Buskers make the headlines

Jelly Babies

Busking science demonstrations, organised by Dr Mark Lorch, which inspire an interest in science have been highlighted within a special supplement of The Times.

The supplement, ‘Closing the skills gap’, why science, technology, engineering and maths are the new must-have qualifications, focuses on investments within the region and initiatives to develop the required skills to maximise economic opportunities.

The science buskers’ events are one of a series of programmes run by the University to engage students and industry with schoolchildren to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects and careers. Read more