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Calling all scientists and engineers – looking to engage new audiences with your research?

Wonder Match Manchester – Tuesday 8 October, at Bridge 5 Mill.

Are you a scientist or engineer who would like to engage with new audiences with your research?

There is funding available to help this happen! Come to a Wonder Match event to find out more…

Wonder Match provides an opportunity to find out how you could access up to £15,000 for projects that support diverse audiences to engage with STFC-related science and technology. This event will be a chance to hear from the funders, find out about the STFC Spark Award, and meet potential project partners from community organisations.

You will also have the chance to apply for up to £1000 of ‘thinking funding’ to help you establish and develop community partnerships that could strengthen your Spark Award application.

Find out more and apply here: https://www.publicengagement.ac.uk/wonder-match

Posted on behalf of Dr Neville Hollingworth, Public Engagement Manager, Science and Technology Facilities Council
E: Neville.hollingworth@stfc.ac.uk

Event: Resilence, Recovery, Happiness. 4 November 1pm Zochonis Building

An interactive music event: Resilience, Recovery, Happiness –  1pm Friday 4 November,  Zochonis Building Café (ground floor), Brunswick Street

The Division of Psychology and Mental Health in the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health are holding an interactive music event that will explore and write new songs on the themes of resilience, recovery and happiness with Music Action International’s refugee torture survivor collective, Stone Flowers.

Stone Flowers will teach and sing songs from their existing repertoire as well as premiering new songs exploring the resilience that has kept them going through difficult times, and the happiness discovered through creativity and music.

You can meet the band, listen, and even join in – regardless of musical experience!

Prof Gill Haddock, Head of The Division of Psychology and Mental Health, comments: “This is a great opportunity to celebrate our experience of resilience, recovery and happiness through the medium of music. Everyone is welcome to attend to just listen or participate and enjoy.”

Everyone is welcome to attend – please just drop in on the day.

For more information, please contact emma-louise.cullen@manchester.ac.uk or kamelia.harris@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk

Elements: Poetry in molecular motion

Thursday 27 October 2016, 7:00pm – 8:00pm
School of Chemistry, The University of Manchester, Brunswick Street, Manchester, M13 9PL

Be immersed in a poetic and scientific experience of all the senses, as poet and meteorologist Rachel McCarthy performs works from her acclaimed poetry collection Elements. Meanwhile, Dr Frank Mair and Dr Steven Rossington complement Rachel’s words with visual, olfactory and audio stimuli.

Booking required (fee: £5.00):

This event is part of the Manchester Science Festival #MSF16