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Call for Public Engagement with Research Proposals - internal seed fund (deadline: Monday, 22 May)

The Wellcome ISSF PER Seed Fund is an internal grant scheme to support high quality public engagement with research activities, available to researchers across all disciplines that fall within Wellcome’s areas of research interest (biomedical science, public and population health). For more information and details of how to apply, please see the Medical Sciences Division website


Call for researchers to take part in Curiosity Carnival: Musical Abstracts (deadline Friday, 12 May)

Historical hip hop, pharmaceutical folk rock or evolutionary electro pop?

Musical Abstracts is a new project commissioned as part of the University’s Curiosity Carnival: European Researchers’ Night event. Five researchers will be chosen to work with songwriter Jonny Berliner to turn their research into a song to be performed on the night. We are inviting researchers from across the University to apply to take part and have provided information to be shared through your own networks and channels (see attached). For full information and to apply visit  


Public Engagement with Research Grants - Physiological Society (Deadline, Wednesday 14 June)

 Grants of up to £5000 to support public engagement on any aspect of physiology - especially keen to receive project applications that fit under the 2017 focus, 'Making Sense of Stress', and the 2018 focus, sleep and circadian rhythm. Apply here:


Public Engagement with Research Grants - Institute of Physics (Deadline, noon Friday 12 May)

 Public engagement grant scheme provides up to £2000 per grant. 

To find out more please visit:


Call for Participation - Being Human (Deadline, 13 June)

Being Human festival 2017 (November) provides a national platform for people to share research in the humanities in fun and engaging ways with non-academic audiences. See the call for applications for details: The festival theme this year is ‘Lost and Found’.


London SciComm Socials Symposium (Thursday 11th May)

 Find out more (and buy a ticket) here: