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 and 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.
Enhancing the impact of your research on society and increasing the benefits this brings to the public and your work is our key focus.
Science in the Courtroom - Trusting the Experts
Cafe Science Dundee
Monday 27th May, 7pm
Chambers Coffee House & Restaurant, 34 South Tay St
Scientific evidence is one of the most common types of evidence used in the courtroom. It is also the most easily misunderstood and misinterpreted.
This talk from Fiona Raitt, Professor at the School of Law, University of Dundee, will tackle some of the big questions around the use of science in the courtroom. How can public understanding keep pace with these advances? How do we know when we can trust the expert reports used in court? Should we, the public, simply leave it to the scientists? Whatever we do, what safeguards do we need to ensure the science used in court is reliable?
Find out more at www.cafesciencedundee.co.uk
Bright Club Dundee #7
Tuesday 18th June 7.30pm
Braes basement, 14 - 18 Perth Road
We have an amazing line-up for you with more acts and our amazing compere to be announced soon.
Appearing with sets from neuroscience to animation are:
Don’t delay, get your ticket today! All of our shows have sold out so if you don’t want to be disappointed book now at tiny.cc/BrightClub7 or call 01382 386660.
Find out more at www.brightclubdundee.org