Discover a selection of knowledge exchange projects
Transformations in faith
Using image theatre to explore people’s hopes and fears around religious conversion.
The story behind research on how the brain ages
Engaging the public through an exhibition on the life of Professor Sir Godfrey Thomson, the pioneering educational psychologist who made cutting-edge research on the ageing brain possible.
Enabling inter-agency work with mobile families
Bringing together health, education, social service and criminal justice practitioners to generate new knowledge and ways of working.
Multisensory music activities for children with dyslexia
Using music to enhance the perceptual skills linked to language and literacy.
Jack and Jill and The Red Postbox
Making research on dementia available to a wide audience through film.
Habitats for happy ageing
Engaging older people through science festivals.
Beyond memory, towards action: Reparations for slavery
Bringing together academics, activists and practitioners to find practical ways to repair the past.
Scottish policing: past, present & future
Working with Police Officers to understand the history, and plan the future of, police-community relations.
Philosophy in the playground
Creating a family-friendly approach to thinking about ourselves and others.
Promoting policy and environmental change in relation to alcohol-related harm.
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