Education and Evaluation Manager
Our community dialogues consider the many ways we think about, and could engage with, the futures of technology based on current materials science and bioengineering research.
At our dialogue events we aim to listen and understand the concerns of people, co-create understanding through social learning, and explore:
The key questions for our engaged research programme are:
We will also consider and reflect on the process of engagement through dialogue to identify what changes or recommendations publics would make to improve our engagement practices at AMBER, to ideally improve public engagement capacity of the researcher and processes that we implement.
At each event participants will meet with AMBER researchers, explore current research themes, and talk through implications for the development of future technologies engendering a sense of inclusivity, insight into technologies & learning, and civic engagement. We envisage that participants will feel empowered to engage in other consultative programmes or civic engagement fora.
AMBER has a strong emphasis on collaboration. Central to AMBER’s research remit are collaborative projects performed with industry partners, and working with academic, industry and wider stakeholder on international and national research programmes.Get in touch