FUTURES2020 aims to engage a wide range of people from the South West of England with research and innovation and showcase the region’s rich cultural heritage.
As part of European Researchers’ Night, FUTURES2020 is part of a Europe-wide event dedicated to explaining research through fun and interactive learning. More than 300 cities across 30 European countries will be taking part in the event on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 November 2020.
FUTURES2020 is funded by the European Commission under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions.
The FUTURES2020 team have been working across the South West of England with a diverse range of organisations and community groups, collaborating to create a programme of over 30 events. They include:
Over European Researchers’ Night 2020 260 researchers engaged with over 44,000 people from across the South West of England and beyond as part of the FUTURES2020 programme of online and remote events. Find out more about the FUTURES2020 event with these reports looking at the Awareness Raising campaign, the FUTURES2020 activities and the evaluation report assessment of the impact of FUTURES2020.
Report on the Awareness Raising campaign to promote and communicate FUTURES2020 messages and market events.
Report sharing the Impact Assessment findings from the FUTURES2020 evaluation.