Living Liebig’s laboratory legacyMonAMUTCE_May+0000RMayAMUTC_0C6 Education and Skills Development
Writing for Glasgow City of Science this time around is Kirsty Martin. Chemist, Justus von Liebig starts-off a series of posts over the coming months on important figures in science down the years and how they've impacted on our work today: "Whose Shoulders Are These Anyway?"
Skills legacy for community through reCYCLE projectMonPMUTCE_November+0000RNovPMUTC_0C6 Education and Skills Development
reCYCLE is an innovative collaboration project in the city that takes unwanted bicycles, refurbishes them if required and donates them to young Glaswegians who need them, helping them learn new skills or providing an affordable mode of transport for job interviews or college.
Glasgow’s living classroomsThuAMUTCE_September+0000RSepAMUTC_0C6 Education and Skills Development
Joanne Dempster, OPAL Community Scientist for the Open Air Laboratories Project writes on the Glasgow City of Science blog about the great opportunities for schools to get outside and explore Glasgow's living classrooms.