Public engagement

Stem cell research and regenerative medicine is important to society, now and in the future. We engage with many different people and organisations about our science.

We work in partnership with our local community through a vibrant collection of science engagement activities, including a community science festival and mentorship programme.

An exciting work experience programme designed to give 5th year high school pupils a real insight into the work and life of research scientists.

A Sci-Art collaboration between Dr Elaine Emmerson and Emily Fong, Artist in Residence at the Centre for Regenerative Medicine (CRM), in partnership with ASCUS Art and Science.

CRM is proud to host EuroStemCell, a Europe-wide consortium of research scientists which provides information and educational resources on stem cells and their impact on society.