Public Engagement

One of SRUK´s aims is to bridge the gap between researchers and the public to increase the awareness of science and research and their applications in our daily lives. To fulfil this objective, SRUK volunteers develop public engagement activities such as a fortnightly radio program En Fase Experimental and the SRUK Blog 1,2,3… Explore!, along with scientific outreach competitions such as Science-me a Story and EnFoco. Scroll down to discover more!

Contact us at Public Engagement

We are happy to have you join our team! Contact us by sending us an email at [email protected].

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  • Meet Our Team

    Get to know the members of Public Engagement

Science Communication

What scientific communication activities do we organise?

En Fase Experimental

We communicate the latest developments in science and technology on a weekly basis on our podcast

1, 2, 3… Explore!

SRUK/CERU researchers go public in the society blog.

Instagram Committee

Our team of Content Creators bring our initiatives closer to our SRUK members through Instagram.

Science, Art & Literature

How do we use art and literature to bring science closer to everyone?

Science-me a Story

Our scientific stories for children competition aims to promote the use of short stories and tales as a tool to communicate science.

Design Committee

By blending science and art, our Design committee brings light and colour to our initiatives and social media communications.

Investigación En Foco

“Investigación en Foco” is the first SRUK/CERU Photography Competition for SRUK/CERU members and SRUK/CERU friends with the aim to share our daily research through images.

SRUK x Inktober

Inktober with a scientific twist

Collaborative science outreach challenge based on Inktober… but with a scientific twist!