Members from the OGU attended these recent conferences:
The OGU is keen to disseminate its findings to as wide an audience as possible as well as to other researchers. We are keen to pass on what we have discovered to students, teachers and the wider general public.
As part of our outreach activities (see below) we have developed a game based on various aspects of our work, this can now be accessed online so you to can now be a Palaeodetective.
One day every year, a variety of buildings and amenities which are normally closed to the general public open their doors across the city of Bristol. The OGU participated in a public science exhibition hosted in the Great Hall of the Wills Memorial Building during this event. The OGU stand was based on an updated version of the Palaeodetectives game (see above) and group members spent the day talking to adults and children alike about the science we do and how it relates to the natural world.
Once again members of the group to part in this weekend long event showcasing a diverse mix of natural exhibits with links to the natural world, the biggest event of its kind in the country! The OGU stand was based on an updated version of the Palaeodetectives game (see above) and group members spent three days talking to adults and children about the OGU and what we do!