How to contribute
We know that the activities of Science and Engineering researchers are having an impact much wider than the south east of England and that our members’ investment in equipment and infrastructure is supporting research across the UK. We want to make sure that these achievements are recognised and to do that, we need your help.
So, are you ready to join us? Your blogs, news stories, case studies and reports are all welcome. If you have a story about the impact your research is having, or about equipment or facilities at your university that is available to share, we would be delighted to help you tell it. To get started, just follow these steps.
Consider your approach
Once you have an idea, have a think about how you are going to get it across. Here are some different approaches that you can try:
- Blog – Write a blog to highlight your project or achievement — and if they can also promote an event or link to a case study, that’s even better.
- Case study – Put together a case study of your project, showing its impact. We also feature equipment spotlights on the website, highlighting some of the equipment available to researchers in the region and beyond.
- Report summary – If you have a report or toolkit you want to highlight, a blog is an ideal format for summarising the key points.
- Thought leaders and calls to action – You are welcome to express your views on a topic, make a call to action, or invite participation in your survey or project.
We have produced some tips for first time bloggers wanting to contribute to Science and Engineering South.
If you want to create a case study to share the impact of your research activities, please read our advice on what we are looking for.
For any further information about contributing to the website or Science and Engineering South more generally, please email Rosie Niven.
Communications and events manager, Science and Engineering South