These Awards recognise and reward excellence in public engagement with research. Entrants can be at any level in their career and activities of any scale are welcome.
The winning entries will receive recognition for their achievements at the Awards Ceremony that will take place on 28 June 2017. The Vice-Chancellor's Prize will also be announced at the ceremony and receive a cash prize of £1500.
Case studies of the Award winners will be available from this webpage on 29 June 2017.
Public Engagement with Research Award - Previous Winners
Twelve winners received recognition for their achievements at the Awards Ceremony in 2016 (short film of the ceremony below).