CREATe engages with families and children at Glasgow’s Explorathon 2016

20161004_143223_resizedGlasgow school children and families kept CREATe data specialist Jesus Perez busy last Friday asking probing, often difficult, questions about copyright! This was an opportunity for CREATe to showcase some of their engaging copyright based research projects at the Explorathon 2016, now its third year, held at the Glasgow Science Centre on 30 September.

Jesus Perez presented CREATe’s OMeBa and IPWatchr platforms to the school children with the help of this poster:

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The Explorathon is a unique public engagement initiative, designed to take academic researchers out of their daily routines and challenge them to make cutting-edge research approachable to young people and families with a view to forging the future minds of our society. The day covered many academic disciplines, from psychology to quantum computing, and, from medicine to copyright law.

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