Science For All Takes Many Hands

Daisy MacGowan (Artist), Nicola Stanley-Wall (Contributing member), Amy Cameron (Contributing member), Ailsa Mackintosh (Contributing member), Erin Hardee (Contributing member), Ali Floyd (Contributing member)

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Abstract

A common factor of many public engagement encounters is that they would not be possible without contributions from many people with diverse roles and skills. If we take the signature outreach event of the Division of Molecular Microbiology “Magnificent Microbes” as an example, there are 25 different groups of people involved to allow this long-standing public engagement event to achieve its goals.
Illustrator Daisy MacGowan created “Science For All Takes Many Hands” which highlights and celebrates the breadth of the contributions from across the University of Dundee and beyond. These roles come from estate and buildings, health and safety, finance, contracts, research finance, researchinnovation services, cleaning services, and many more. Look at the illustration to explore the roles in more depth. It is important that we all recognise that public engagement by researchers is the result of teamwork and the collective effort is what allows success.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Dundee
Media of outputOther
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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