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We want our research to be responsive to society so that there will be genuine benefit from its applications. Involving the public in our work can bring fresh perspectives.

  • Curiosity Carnival

    On Friday 29 September Oxford’s Curiosity Carnival joined hundreds of other European cities in celebrating European Researchers’ Night. Our researchers took part in a city-wide programme of activities that attracted over 9,000 people.

  • Brain Diaries

    Brain Diaries is an exhibition, event programme and collection of digital resources organised by Oxford Neuroscience and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History

  • Art and Neuroscience Project

    Chrystalina Antoniades won an Early Career Researcher Award at the 2016 Vice Chancellor's Public Engagement with Research Awards for her work on this project in partnership with the Ashmolean Museum.

  • Audio and Video

    Watch and listen to a wide range of material about our activities designed to engage the public with our research. From animations to beatboxing, there's something for everyone!