As a condition of the grant, recipients are asked to submit a report and evaluation of their event, which may be used by potential applicants to help create their own outreach activity.  

The report should give a brief overview of how the event(s) went, and should include photographs where possible. The evaluation should give an overview of whether the aims and objectives of the event were met, and any learning outcomes that could be applied to future events.


Reports may be published on the Society’s website and, when appropriate, in the Society’s member’s magazine The Biochemist.

See our online photo gallery of activities and events that have been funded by the grant scheme, with pictures from science festivals, lab workshops and science shows.


A collection of past event reports, evaluations and resources generated by the grants can be found below:



Introduction to DNA - organized by Sharon Williams

Inside the Cell - organized by Covadonga Huidobro and Asta Valanciute

Hands-on Molecular Biology Techniques - organized by Kayleigh Wardell

Soapbox Science: Hull - organized by Isabel Pires

Eyes on Diabetes - organized by Katherine Pinnick. View a video of the event here.

Forensic Crime Scene at Lornshill Academy - organized by Lee-Ann Labus. Read the report here.

Science Kittens promoted to Professors – 2 days of scientific Facts and Fun - organized by Petronela Buiga

Technology goes bio: enzymes to the rescue! organized by Daniela Quaglia

Making science fun in the classroom organized by Mahmoud Maina. Download instructions for carrying out these activities here

A teacher-training workshop to promote inquiry in high school science education in Ghana organized by Nat Yawson

CELLsplorers organized by John Barrow



Detective Scientists organized by Claire Price

From Bugs to Drugs: Science Spectacular Community Open Day organized by David Allison

Experimenting with Storytelling organized by Sai Pathmanathan - activity packs available to download here

ReelLIFE SCIENCvideo competition organized by Enda O'Connell

The Biochemistry of the Cupcake organized by Jill Williams

Babraham Institute Schools Day organized by Michael Hinton

DNA Detectives organized by Kay Osborn

Bug Hunters organized by Harriet Gliddon

DNA, PCR and forging a career in science organized by Andrew Cridge

BCI STARS 2015 organized by John Marshall

Whose GENES are these? organized by Ben Goult

Bringing fun science to the Nigerian classroom organized by Mahmoud Maina

DNA Day! organized by Avril Morrison.

Night at the Vet College organized by Grace Sim

The Scientific Voyage organized by Nika Gurianova

The Beauty of Biochemistry organized by Kevin Ehiosun

Neuroblastology! - Brain in a bottle organized by Dr Hannah Davies, University of Liverpool




Bridging the gap: introducing neuroscience to Ghana organized by Thomas Karikari

Pollution Solution workshop, organized by Dr Elizabeth Granger in Lancashire

Molecular Models: 3D Printing for the Life Sciences organized by Dr Darren Gowers, University of Portsmouth



Meet The Scientists, held at Liverpool World Museum, organized by Richard Barrett‐Jolley.



Cell Explorers, organized by Muriel Grenon (National University of Ireland Galway). Part of the programme involved taking part in the Galway Science and Technology Festival 2012.

Babraham Institutute Schools Day 2012, organized by the public engagement team at the Babraham  Institutute.

Magnificent Microbes run by Nicola Stanley-Wall.

Cells, gene, mutations and cancer, a workshop run by Dr Karen Reed and Miss Maddy Young from Cardiff University.



Bioscience Olympiad, an event run in Northern Ireland by Alexander Gilkin.

Energize 7, a summer camp run by Micheal Ridler. 

Microbe and Organelle Activity Parlour, and event run by Ann Vernallis at the British Science Festival in September.



Biomolecular Pick'n'Mix run by Tom Monie in March.

Biomedical sciences laboratory day by Sharon Smith, in March.



Building capacity - practical biotechnology for teachers run by Nicky Souter in September.

Illustrating drug design using molecular modelling by Steven Rosington, ongoing.

Brochure for "Wales, Evolution and Biodiversity" event by Dennis Murphy.