Researchers: register your interest
Whether you work in academia or industry, we're keen to help share your work in STEMM (science, tech, engineering, maths and medicine) with the public. Please let us know how you'd like to work with the Exeter Science Centre by filling in this brief form.

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We may contact you directly about specific outreach opportunities. If you like to take part in outreach activities, could you let us know your preferences?
Would you be happy to be emailed to give your advice occasionally as a STEMM "expert"? If so, please list out your areas of expertise below (e.g. physics: waves, condensed matter physics, computational modelling,...; engineering: renewable energy engineering, civil engineering, sustainable buildings)
Would you like us to contact you about running a (paid) public engagement programme of your research?
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Outreach emails: These would be infrequent emails to notify you in advance, and might involve stands at festivals, taking part in online Q&A events, presenting public talks, etc.

STEMM Expert: This might involve answering brief questions from the public that we can't answer, or clarifying for us the current consensus on a scientific topic. We expect these will be very infrequent, and we'll always credit your advice.

Public engagement programme: We would work with you to produce a measurable, impactful public engagement programme of your research. This is a paid service, which enables us to raise money for our not-for-profit Science Centre whilst helping communicate research effectively to the public. Find out more information on our website:
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