Oxford University Museum of Natural History has developed an ongoing temporary exhibition programme entitled ‘ Contemporary Science & Society’ to communicate researchers' work to wider and public audiences, and to enable broader access to the science underlying a range of societal issues.
The 'Biosense' exhibition in 2015 showcased current multi-disciplinary research into biological sensing and drug discovery. The next exhibition, opening in March 2017, will be ‘The Life of the Brain' in collaboration with Oxford neuroscientists.
TORCH are pleased to be collaborating with the Museum and Oxford Neuroscience on the exhibition and are looking for Humanities researchers who work on areas linked to the brain to potentially contribute to the exhibition and the public engagement programme. Please email Victoria McGuinness on email@example.com outlining your research related to this area by midday Friday 29 April 2016.
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Public Engagement with Research