The Brain Diaries exhibition and event programme (a partnership between Oxford Neuroscience and the Oxford Museum of Natural History) reveal how the latest neuroscience is transforming what we know about our brains, from birth to the end of life. The following opportunities are available for neuroscience researchers to engage with the public on the topic of their research. Bespoke 1-1 public engagement training is available for researchers from museum staff. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 17 February if you are interested.
- International women’s festival: Meet female neuroscientists and find out about your brain in this exhibition spotlight (Friday 10 March)
- Super Science Saturday: What’s going on inside your head? Meet top brain scientists and take part in demos and activities to find out (Saturday 11 March)
- Brain Diaries Demos: Meet the scientists behind the Brain Diaries exhibition and take part in fun hands-on activities. (Saturday 18 March; Saturday 25 March)
- Monthly in- gallery spotlights with researchers: A monthly slot on a Saturday afternoon in which a researcher (preferably early career) spends 30-45 minutes in the Brain Diaries gallery and talks to visitors about their research (15 April, 13 May, 17 June, 15 July)
- Easter Holidays: Brain Power! Discover the brilliant things your brain does, from your head to your toes! (17-19 April)