A significant aspect of the DIANA project involves communicating our results and knowledge to a wider audience. In terms of the scientific community, this will be accomplished by the publication of peer-reviewed scientific papers and the presentation of our research at conferences.

However, we also wish to engage with non-specialists, and hope to explain why our research is important, and what questions it hopes to answer. To this end, throughout the project, we are involved in many educational outreach activities. These often take the form of public talks to discuss our work with the general public, or visiting schools to engage and educate younger children. We have also created a series of online videos, in which our team members explain various important concepts that underpin our research.

→  DIANA on YouTube

→  Public Talks

→  Schools and Observatories