There are hundreds of events taking place in the region every month, from seminars, networking events to round table discussions, awards ceremonies and science-related cultural activities. Regardless of interests or expertise, there is bound to be plenty of fixtures which pique your interest and what better way to engage with the Glasgow City of Science community than confirming attendance to one or two.
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Hardworking staff of the city's universities are let out for the night to share their tales about the weird, wonderful, and often very funny, world of research
Dates : 08 Jun 2020
Glasgow Science Festival: Glasgow's Making Waves
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
The theme for 2020 is 'Glasgow's Making Waves', in keeping with the Scottish theme of 2020 being the Year of Coasts and Waves
Dates : 06 Jun 2020, 07 Jun 2020, 08 Jun 2020, 09 Jun 2020, 10 Jun 2020, 11 Jun 2020, 12 Jun 2020, 13 Jun 2020, 14 Jun 2020
Mon 8th Jun 2020
Hardworking staff of the city's universities are let out for the night to share their tales about the weird, wonderful, and often very funny, world of research.
West End Festival
Sat 6th Jun 2020 - Sun 28th Jun 2020
Taking over the West End of Glasgow, the festival treats the ears to a great musical line-up, tantalises all the senses with a carnival, and delves into the creative depths of local studios and exhibitions with the Hidden Lane open days.
Glasgow Science Festival: Glasgow's Making Waves
Sat 6th Jun 2020 - Sun 14th Jun 2020
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. The theme for 2020 is 'Glasgow's Making Waves', in keeping with the Scottish theme of 2020 being the Year of Coasts and Waves.
The Scottish Learning Festival
Wed 23rd Sep 2020 - Thu 24th Sep 2020
SLF is the largest education conference and exhibition in Scotland. The event has something to offer everyone involved in education and includes a thought-provoking conference programme as well as an exhibition and more.
MCM Scotland Comic Con
Sat 26th Sep 2020 - Sun 27th Sep 2020
A US-style comic con and celebration of superheroes, sci-fi, TV, gaming, trading cards, toys, anime and more.Guest of honour is anime director Shingo Natsume.
Coll & The Cosmos
Sat 17th Oct 2020
A stargazing weekend on the Isle of Coll.
The Night Sky Show
Sat 10th Apr 2021 - Sat 10th Apr 2021
A magical night with comedy, astronomy and some theatrical performances.
Going Green ? The Drive for Energy Efficiency
Fri 5th Jun 2020 - Tue 4th Jun 2030
Going Green ? The Drive for Energy Efficiency considers James Watt's pioneering spirit and his legacy in a modern-day context, where the desire to be increasingly energy efficient to combat climate change is ever-present. The centrepiece is a Tesla Model S P85+, believed to be the first Tesla acquired by a public museum in Scotland. The pioneering car, gifted to the city by a private collector and enthusiast is a stunning and technologically important car, which represents a new dawn in electric vehicle development. One section of the new display Driving Out Emissions considers how revolutionary changes in transport and the development of more environmentally friendly vehicles can reduce emissions and assist in tackling climate change. Boasting a raft of innovative features and impressive technology, the Tesla Model S can travel 242 miles on one charge, at a cost of around £9. It can reach 0-60mph in 4 seconds, be controlled from the owner's smart phone and convert from a 5 to 7-seater family car. Alongside the Tesla is a rare Honda Insight Mk1 from 2000. Donated by another enthusiast, it is one of only 239 Mk1s sold in the UK and was the first hybrid car to be acquired for the city's renowned transport and travel collection. Its inclusion in the display opens up a discussion on different power sources, from coal and quartz to wind and water and the ability to consume less of one by using more of another, as illustrated by the hybrid Honda which combines a conventional petrol engine with an electric motor. Going Green ? The Drive for Energy Efficiency shows the concern for our world is universal, while highlighting that we can all make a positive difference to planet Earth. The display considers how we test air quality, monitor oceans and make personal statements about the environmental dangers our world faces. Going Green ? The Drive for Energy Efficiency is sure to enthrall and engage visitors of all ages and will be an important talking piece for the younger generations. Sponsored by Aggreko. "Aggreko are proud to be a part of the Museum's significant project at a time when reducing carbon emissions is a priority for the clients we serve globally in meeting their specific power needs.? Robert Wells, Managing Director, Events Aggreko.
FSC Millport Bioblitz
Sat 27th Jun 2020
Free day out wherein participants can take part in family-friendly activities and expert-led sessions about the wildlife and plant life in the area.