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Oxford's Mathematical, Physical & Life Sciences Division and Medical Sciences Division have launched a new Public Engagement with Research (PER) programme to connect researchers and local communities, so that research is grounded in local needs, interests and priorities.

Named Science Together: Oxford Researchers and Communities, this pilot programme explores what challenges can be overcome or opportunities seized by local community groups when they are given access to the world class skills, knowledge and resources of our researchers. 

This project brings together researchers, community groups and facilitators (PPI, PER and Comms professionals) to conceive and plan collaborative research projects. WIN's Public Engagement Manager Carinne Piekema is one of twenty facilitators supporting this innovative programme. 

Read more about Science Together