Image of the Helix Design Centre with the Hearing Birdsong yellow bird boxes displayed in the room (Image credit: James Retief @jretief11)

Pop along and check out Pilot Project Hearing Birdsong in Dalston!

For World Hearing Day, one of our Centre Pilot Projects Hearing Birdsong, will be holding its sound installation of British songbird in two locations in…

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Co-production event: Teasing out the Tensions

Co-production event: Teasing out the Tensions

This event was planned and delivered as a partnership between public contributors, INVOLVE; Centre for Public Engagement at Kingston University and St George’s, University of…

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Sophie Duncan, National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement. Photo by Ben Littlefield

Revolution is in the air, but not from where you might expect.

This blog has been written by Ben Littlefield, Public Engagement Manager for the School of the Built Environment, Engineering and Mathematical and Physical Sciences (BEAMS)….

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A summer of innovation, creativity and learning: engaging with east London schools

A summer of innovation, creativity and learning: engaging with east London schools

This blog has been written by Edinam Edem-Jordjie, a STEP Intern with the UCL East Community Engagement Team. We have had a very busy summer…

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A group of people co-creating at one of our events!

What is a Co-creation Session Like?

This blog has been written by Centre Co-producers Lizzie Cain and Susan Anderson to share more about what co-creation sessions are like with the UCL…

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Colourful signs say “soon!” and “coming up!”

What’s New in Co-production? September 2019

This blog shares ways you can get involved with the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research, and a range of other resources and co-production…

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Tales from the Memory Safe

Tales from the Memory Safe

This blog has been written by Edinam Edem-Jordjie, a STEP Intern with the UCL East Community Engagement Team. ‘Step into your new home, packed with…

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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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