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Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine

Public engagement

CHSTM PhD student Rachael Russel offers an insight into the history of surgery for students considering a career in medicine, 2009.

We work in partnership with local community groups and organisations to develop collaborative projects which draw upon the history of health, medicine, science and technology.

We participate in local festivals which celebrate the historical and scientific heritage of Manchester.

We contribute expertise to print and broadcast media, ensuring that our research findings reach the widest possible audience.

We have been developing and delivering a wide range of activities and events for diverse constituencies including community groups, families, adults engaged in informal learning, scientists, engineers and medics, patient groups and schoolchildren.

We also offer opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate students to participate in public engagement activities.

  • Projects
  • Events and Activities
  • CHSTM in the Media
  • Schools and Further Education

Community groups, local organisations and educators interested in collaborating with historians of science, technology and medicine are invited to get in touch.

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