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Why the brain matters: Public Engagement in The Gambia

Briony Fleming19 February 2019

This blog has been written by Laura Katus,  PhD Student  in Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychiatry Section, based in UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health. For me as a neuroscientist, there’s hardly anything more exciting than the human brain. When embarking on a PhD in a community where neuroscience thus far hadn’t been a […]

Embedding citizen science at UCL: Interview with ‘Institutional Leader’ Muki Haklay

Briony Fleming29 January 2019

This is an interview with Muki Haklay, as part of our series focusing on the Provost’s Awards for Public Engagement, looking at previous winners and their experiences with Public Engagement. Muki won a Provost’s Award for Public Engagement in 2018 in the category ‘Institutional Leadership’ What is your role and what does it involve? I’m […]

From Provost’s Award to brain imaging in rural Gambia: Interview with Clare Elwell

Briony Fleming21 January 2019

This is an interview with Claire Elwell, as part of our series focusing on the Provost’s Awards for Public Engagement, looking at previous winners and their experiences with Public Engagement. Claire won a Provost’s Award for Public Engagement in 2012 in the category ‘Established Career Academic/Research’ What is your role and what does it involve? […]

Celebrating the best in Public Engagement at UCL

Lizzy Baddeley26 February 2018

There’s only one week left to nominate an individual/a team/a community partner for a UCL Provost’s Award for Public Engagement. The awards aim to celebrate the very best mutually beneficial engagement with external communities that has taken place at UCL over the last year. At this auspicious time, we wanted to take a look back […]