PULSE – Public Understanding of Literature, Science and the Environment

Researchers in Liverpool’s Literature & Science Hub are transforming understanding of the relationship between literature, history, science and the environment through multiple initiatives locally, nationally and internationally.

Research Action

Their collaborative work - with artists, programme makers, schools, galleries, scientists, and healthcare professionals - is changing artistic practice and inspiring scientists’ creativity, enhancing environmental education through creative writing and historical perspectives, and transforming perceptions and practices in relation to nature writing and wellbeing.

Working in Partnership

External partners include Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Shrinking Space/ METAL, FACT, Tate Liverpool, the RSPB, and the Royal Geographic Society.

Outputs and Outcomes

Outcomes resulting from the Hub’s research include radio plays and theatrical productions, international writing competitions, educational resources, interactive exhibitions, and staff development programmes for healthcare professionals.

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