Science

The history of Glasgow is entwined with science and invention. As a City of Science, you’ll find everything from seminars, networking events to round table discussions, awards ceremonies and science-related cultural activities organised for all ages.

Workplace Innovation – Creating the right working environment

Incremental Group

Learn how to increase productivity in the workplace. …

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Microbial Makeover's LAB-Work: Lactofermentation in Practice

Broomhill Community Centre

Lactic acid bacteria workshop with an expert teacher. …

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The Dinosaurs in your back Garden and Big Garden Birdwatch with RSPB

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

Is it a bird... or is it a tiny dinosaur!?  Join RSPB Scotland to explore how birds and dinos …

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RSNO: Sci-Fi Spectacular!

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

The Force is strong with this one, as conductor Anthony Weeden and presenter Tom Redmond captai …

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Culture Club

Broomhill Community Centre

A monthly gathering of fermentation enthusiasts where you can meet like-minded people and share …

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Professor Brian Cox

The SSE Hydro

Professor Brian Cox takes audiences on a journey through space and time. The particle physicist …

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Wildlife of the Forth and Clyde Canal

Hyndland Secondary School

Claire Martin, Community Engagement Officer for the Scottish Waterways Trust, will talk about t …

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Aye Write! Glasgow's Book Festival

Various venues: Glasgow

Aye Write! remains committed to celebrating Scottish and international writers and writing. The …

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Big Botanics BioBlitz

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Take part in activities around the Botanics, such as recording wildlife, pond dipping, worm cha …

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Workplace Innovation – Engaging your workforce

Incremental Group

Learn how to engage your workforce. …

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Blue Planet II: Live In Concert

The SSE Hydro

Return to the seas as fantastic footage from BBC's flagship nature programme, Blue Planet II, p …

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