Researcher walks through the Pathology collection

Past and Present: The study of anatomy from a screenwriter

This post has been written by Wilma Smith, a screenwriter in the EIFF Ideas Lab program. Over the last year, it’s been quite something to…

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Participants of the Trellis Art Project walk around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

When two become one: ways to ‘spice up’ creating collaborations

This Blog has been written by Lizzy Baddeley: Project Manager (EPSRC Community Engagement), who is leading the Trellis project. Trellis is exploring methods for knowledge…

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Cartoon image of gums bleeding (Image credit: geelongmedicalgroup.com.au)

Who cares if bleeding gums worsen diabetes and heart disease?

This blog has been written by UCL Centre for Co-Production in Health Research Pilot Team Members – Heather, Ian, Brian and Francesco Everyone’s gums bleed,…

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Creative Evaluation: Public Engagement Network Meeting

Creative Evaluation: Public Engagement Network Meeting

This post has been written by Helen Craig: Public Engagement Manager (SLMS) Does evaluation for impact always have to mean a questionnaire? The latest Public…

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A very engaging summer: public engagement in east London

A very engaging summer: public engagement in east London

We have had a hugely busy summer in east London. £100m secured for UCL East as part of East Bank On the 5th June the…

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Muted – The Power Of Symbolism Through Textile

Muted – The Power Of Symbolism Through Textile

This blog is written by Sharon Brooks, Event Manager at UCL Culture. Sharon led on the Textile 100 Event at the Olympic Park Stratford in…

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Comedy Night at Bright Club, Stratford Circus. 9th February. Photos taken by Kirsten Holst. www.kirstenholst.com

Bright Club: Bringing academic comedy to east London

Bright Club is the thinking person’s comedy night, where UCL researchers become stand up comedians. Run by the UCL Public Engagement Unit. In February 2018,…

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