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Public engagement

Why do we do Public Engagement?

As a leading research community, building world class research centres, we are focused on understanding the origin and spread of human disease. As part of our mission we are committed to building an exciting public engagement interface, enabling the flow of information and knowledge gained from our research to the wider public and also learning from the expertise held within the local community.

Science on the hill!

'Science on the Hill' is a new exciting programme of free public engagement events being jointly hosted by the School of Life Sciences and Warwick Medical School. These interactive events wills serve to showcase to the local community the new research being performed at the Gibbet Hill Campus by these two schools

Our next event “All about (biological) time” will be held on Tuesday 4th February 6 – 8 pm, registration will open in January.



How to get involved!

Year in Review

What has QBP been up to over their first year?

Past events

3rd June - The Miniature World of Microbes

1st May 2018 - Public Engagement Evening "How to build a human"

For more information or an informal chat please get in touch

Our Wellcome-funded research community is committed to communicating our knowledge of the origins and spread of human disease to the wider community.

Prof. Andrew McAinsh, Director