I’ve published several posts that simply list online initiatives taking place in zoos, aquariums and museums (ZAMs). These posts have garnered a good bit of traffic and served as the basis for research for several books and articles written regarding museums and social media.
Science Cafés are conversations between scientists and the public that occur in casual settings. This flexible model for public engagement is growing in popularity and increasingly being adapted to reach a range of audiences—from teachers to teens.
Lottolab Studio is the world’s first public perception research space. In collaboration with the Science Museum, our work aims to deepen our understanding of human perception, advance personal and social well-being through perception research that places the public at the centre of the process...
For the last year and a half, the Centre for Life has been developing a new exhibition which allows visitors to get a taste of being a scientist. John Hill talks to special projects manager Andy Lloyd about how Curiosity came to life.
The Collective Memory is a database of evaluations of a diverse range of science communication initiatives. Explore the database to learn about past successes, pick up useful tips for planning events and read about various types of evaluation.
We're launching five exciting challenges linked to our Channel 4 series 'Home of the Future with E.ON' and are inviting you to join a nationwide online community to help generate fresh innovative ideas and help the UK save energy.
We want people to consider, question and debate the key issues in science and society, and so each year we offer over £3 million to support projects that encourage people of all ages and from all walks of life to be informed, inspired and involved.