Glasgow Science Festival: Glasgow Steams Ahead!

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A packed programme of workshops, shows, films, discussion, exhibitions and art collaborations allows budding scientists to sit back and learn something new or don safety goggles and take part in an experiment.

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Glasgow Science Festival: Glasgow Explores

Glasgow Science Festival returns for the 13th year with a fantastic array of events for all ages. Explore the science and engineering that’s shaping life on Earth through talks, art, film, experiments, family days and more!

Join us from 6-16 June. Programme launches on 24 April on the Glasgow Science Festival website.

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