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Opinion | 27 September 2018

Collaboration was key to success in latest Public Engagement Fund awards by Greer Roberts, Alexandra Parsons

The second round of awards through our Public Engagement Fund, plus tips for future applicants.

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Opinion | 30 August 2018

Public engagement: it's fantastic for research, but how feasible is it for you? by Imran Khan, Rebecca Jones

Imran Khan and Rebecca Jones talk about the issues around researcher-led public engagement.

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Opinion | 26 July 2018

What we're looking for in Public Engagement Fund applications by Imran Khan, Greer Roberts

Imran Khan and Greer Roberts explain what they’ve learned from the latest round of Public Engagement Fund proposals – and share their tips for what makes an application stand out. 

Lionel Shapiro, who lives with a dementia, presents artworks he has been developing with resident artist Charlie Harrison at The Hub

News | 18 July 2018

How lived experiences of dementias have informed science and the arts

Created Out of Mind have been the second team of residents in The Hub. They spent the last two years exploring two research themes.

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Opinion | 28 June 2018

It’s not what you do in public engagement, it’s who you do it for by Imran Khan, Farrah Nazir

Imran Khan and Farrah Nazir from our Public Engagement team talk about adopting agile and human-centred design in the team’s new ways of working.      

Detail from a map showing yellow fever cases near the New York waterfront in 1797

News | 12 June 2018

Contagious Cities: people and pathogens, microbes and migration

This international cultural project is exploring local stories of contagion in New York, Hong Kong and Geneva.

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News | 16 May 2018

Get your teeth into Wellcome's new exhibition

Wellcome Collection’s new exhibition, 'Teeth', is the first to trace the evolution of our relationship with our teeth, the dental profession and the pursuit of a pain-free mouth.

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News | 30 April 2018

Mark O’Connell wins Wellcome Book Prize 2018

'To Be a Machine: Adventures among cyborgs, utopians, hackers and the futurists solving the modest problem of death', is this year's Wellcome Book Prize winner.

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News | 13 April 2018

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice scoops five BAFTAs in games awards

A video game that gives players an insight into psychosis, and which was supported by Wellcome, has won five BAFTAs at this year's British Academy Games Awards.

Large photographic portraits of bulls and sculptures made with artificial insemination straws

News | 8 March 2018

4 new immersive installations open at Wellcome Collection

Wellcome Collection’s latest exhibition, Somewhere in Between, brings together the work of four artists who have collaborated with scientists to give shape to intangible ideas.