Welcome to Revealing Research
Revealing Research is the public engagement office at the University of Dundee. We provide a range of services that support all staff and students in their public engagement and research activities at the University of Dundee.
We work with researchers from all disciplines from arts & design, humanities & social sciences to computing, biomedical and physical sciences.
There are many different ways that you can engage with non-specialist audiences, including public lectures, school workshops, appearing at festivals, speaking to policy makers and involving the public in your research project.
We recognise the importance of communicating your research to wider audiences within the community.
Enhancing the impact of your research on society, and increasing the benefits this brings to the public and your work, is our key focus.
Ways in which we can help you
- Delivering or sourcing bespoke communication training
- Co-ordinating and promoting events
- Supporting you in securing public engagement funding
- Advising on impact statement in research grants
- Recognising the importance of public engagement
Discovery Days 2015 - 8th and 9th January 2015
Discovery Days 2015 will take place on Thursday 8th (1:30-5:00pm) and Friday 9th January (9:30am-4:30pm) 2015 at the Main Lecture Theatre, Dalhousie Building on Old Hawkhill. The programme for the event will soon be available.
- Stand-up Comedy Training - Monday 19th January 2015, 5-9pm
Calling all budding comedians! Are you interested in having a go at stand-up? We offer training courses to all research staff and students as a new way of engaging their research with the public. If you are interested and would like to sign up and secure your free place on our upcoming course on Monday 19th January, 5-9pm then email us or phone 01382 386660.
- Opportunity to present your research at the British Science Festival 2015
The British Science Festival will be returning to the University of Bradford from 7-10 September 2015 and organisers are on the hunt for cutting-edge science. Call for proposals from academics and institutions are now open until 23rd March 2015, and the Award Lecture nominations close on 2nd March 2015.