Our FANTOM program is dedicated to spreading the fruits of our research far and wide. Early career researchers will engage in diverse outreach activities, including collaborative efforts with the ‘Naked Scientists’ and ‘Open Science,’ providing them with comprehensive training in communication skills. They’ll participate in science festivals, like the Cambridge University Science Festival, where they’ll lead engaging activities to demystify topics such as immune system cancers. Through social media, particularly Twitter, and interactions with the press, they’ll share their findings with both professional and lay audiences. All dissemination efforts will recognize the support received from the European Union’s Horizon 2021 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Doctoral Training Networks.