We regularly share our research with early career researchers, school groups, the public, and government. This includes speaking at events, participating in and organising public outreach events, teaching school groups, and organising conferences. Below are some examples. Please do not hesitate to contact us!

See our 2024 report for Defra (here) that collates 40 expert views on the priority actions for fresh water to help restore biodiversity. It was fantastic to see the research and policy community come together to reach consensus on such an important issue! See Emma Ransome’s interview on the Radio4 Today Programme here (22/3/2024 1.22).
Emma hosting the panel discussion on emerging pathogen threats during the British Ecological Society Aquatic Group meeting.
Emma becomes Marine Chair of the British Ecological Society Aquatic Ecology Group!
Local school outreach project featured as best school project at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition. See more info here.
Photographs up for “Changing Climates – a photographic journey of women in science” photography exhibition in Brick Lane, London designed to showcase the personal stories of female researchers and promote women in science. See more info here.
Emma has co-organised a number of multiple-week summer courses on microbial ecology and coral reef ecology, including for the Diversity Project, designed to increase participation of underrepresented minority students in marine biology and conservation through an integrated research and mentoring experience). See more information on this amazing programme here.
Emma giving a lecture to London school groups for the Society of Underwater Technology Christmas Lectures.