Wonder Match Event – Thursday 14th November 2019 – Cinema Museum, from 10:30am (10am arrival) to 4:30pm

Are you a scientist or engineer who would like to engage new audiences with your research? Would you like an opportunity to demonstrate the impact of your work?

There is funding available to help this happen! Come to our Wonder Match event in London to find out more…

Wonder Match provides an opportunity to find out how you could access up to £15,000 for projects that support diverse audiences to engage with STFC-related science and technology. This event will be a chance to hear from the funders, find out about the STFC Spark Award, and meet potential project partners from community organisations.

You will also have the chance to apply for up to £1000 of ‘thinking funding’ to help you establish and develop partnerships that could strengthen your Spark Award application.

Wonder Match is the perfect opportunity for community organisations and researchers to meet together and develop ideas for engagement activities. Based on a highly effective approach, Wonder Match is a series of partnership-building events designed to support community organisations and researchers to work together to encourage diverse audiences to engage with science.

The events provide an opportunity for community organisations supporting people in the 40% most deprived areas of the UK, and researchers in STFC related disciplines, to meet and develop project ideas together. Event participants can apply for a small amount of funding to enable them to further develop their approach, before potentially applying for an STFC grant.

Applications are open for the event on the London – Thursday 14th of November 2019

to apply complete the application form at: https://www.publicengagement.ac.uk/wonder-match-london-november-2019

Application deadline: 5pm, Friday 25th of October. 

 

Deadline: October 25, 2019
Date: November 14, 2019

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