Science Communication Conference

The annual event for those involved with public engagement to share ideas and best practice


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Science Communication Conference 2014

The Science Communication Conference took place at the University of Surrey on the 1st and 2nd May 2014.

The programme:

Three strands explored the topics that matter to you:

  • Discuss it: These sessions cover the hot topics in public engagement and provide an opportunity to discuss the important issues
  • Discover it: These sessions highlight excellent examples of public engagement and provide audiences with fresh ideas to apply to their own projects
  • Do it: These sessions are practical with an emphasis on sharing skills

Download the online programme

What happened at the 2014 Conference?

Watch this space for reports, blog posts and other outputs from the Conference delegates and speakers!

Further questions

If you have any further questions about the Conference, please do have a look at our Conference FAQs page

Our supporters

We would like to thank the organisations that helped to make the Conference possible:

The Conference was organised in partnership with the Wellcome Trust

The Conference was hosted by the University of Surrey

The Conference was supported by Digital Science