Glasgow Science Festival 2022
Glasgow Science Festival 2022 is making a splash with its theme of ‘Glasgow’s Making Waves’. Venues across the city.
Glasgow Botanic Gardens, the Riverside Museum and the St Enoch Centre will host 50+ live events during the 16th annual festival. Enjoy wave-themed events, including gravitational wave astronomy, artist-led soundwalks, and Betty the e-waste basking shark.
Almost all events are free of charge.
Will run to 30 June.
Some of Science on the Sofa events include:
- Brain Wave Cruise Photo Tour, a visual journey through brain waves prepared by researchers from the University of Edinburgh. Participants can explore fascinating shapes and take pictures of brain waves.
- STEM on a Shoestring, from the University of Strathclyde, which will allow participants to catch a rainbow using nail polish, make their own holograms in the palm of their hands or build their own fibre optic camera using nothing more than an empty toilet.
- Spot-A-Bee: Sign up to be part of an online survey of bee habitats to help scientists from the University of Glasgow develop a better understanding of these critically-important insects, whose numbers are in drastic decline.
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