Days out, Science

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What's Next For Google?

For many people, Google is the internet, and with its move into wearable and automotive technology its influence will only increase. UK Sales Director Peter Fitzgerald gives us an intriguing insight into Google’s vision for the future.

Garden Theatre, Cheltenham

Wed 8 Oct

£8

Part of Cheltenham Literature Festival.

Who Do You Think You Are? Live

Been inspired by the BBC TV show to learn more about your family history? Come along and get started on your family tree with the aid of a wealth of expert advice.

NEC, Birmingham

Thu 16 Apr 2015

Hall 2

Times to be confirmed / £16–£33 / 0121 780 4141

Fri 17 Apr 2015

Hall 2

Times to be confirmed / £16–£33 / 0121 780 4141

Sat 18 Apr 2015

Hall 2

Times to be confirmed / £16–£33 / 0121 780 4141

Wildflower Identification at Dawyck

Join Phil Lusby at the stunning Dawyck Botanic Garden for an illustrated guide to native wildflowers. This one day workshop includes a hands-on session to teach you some basic skills, plus a field trip for a chance to put them into practice.

Dawyck Botanic Gardens, Peeblesshire

Sat 27 Jun 2015

Dawyck

£50 Booking required. Please call the education office on 0131 248 2937 to book. (Members £45) / 01721 760254

  • 10:00 – 16:00

Winter Viewing Nights: Planetarium Show

View the wonders of the night sky without bad weather obscuring the view. The new digital planetarium projects thousands of stars in an accurate representation of the night sky, highlighting constellations and zooming in on objects too faint to be seen except through a powerful telescope.

Coats Observatory, Paisley

Tue 4 Nov

Free / 0141 889 2013

  • 18:30

Thu 6 Nov

Free / 0141 889 2013

  • 18:30

Tue 11 Nov

Free / 0141 889 2013

  • 18:30
…and 36 more dates until 26 Mar 2015

World Space Weekend

Celebrate our connection with the universe by holding pieces of the moon, meeting characters from Star Wars and viewing special planetarium shows, in this weekend featuring everything from space engineers to scientists.

Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium

Sat 11 Oct

Included in admission / 01962 863791

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Sun 12 Oct

Included in admission / 01962 863791

  • 10:00 – 17:00
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Would You Eat a GM Chicken?

Maybe not a whole one. Professor Helen Sang discusses the recent development of a range of technologies for genetic modification of animals.

The Admiral, Glasgow

Mon 13 Oct

Free / 0141 221 7705

Part of Glasgow City of Science.

  • 19:30