Question of Science will take place on Thursday, October 10 with the loveable rogue Fred MacAulay back to host with bags of personality and style.

This year’s keynote speaker is Professor Sheila Rowan, who will discuss her incredible work and achievements in the field of gravitational waves.

Professor Rowan MBE, is chief scientific advisor to the Scottish Government and will talk about her journey, the challenges she has faced over time in her career and the highlights of being on the forefront of such exciting scientific discovery.

Make this a dinner unlike any other by participating in the well-contested Question of Science quiz. The interactive, competitive and highly enjoyable quiz consists of three rounds (and some table teasers) – will the University of Strathclyde be knocked off their top spot?

Attendees will enjoy an exquisite meal lovingly prepared by the science centre’s in-house chefs.

Tickets for tables of 10 are £1,100.00 (inc. VAT) and individual tickets are £110.00 (inc. VAT).

Ticket includes sparkling drinks reception, three course meal and quiz entry. Drinks reception begins at 6pm with carriages at 11pm.

By attending the Question of Science dinner, guests are supporting the charitable aims of Glasgow Science Centre to support a curious, innovative nation and develop inquisitive minds who question the world around them. 



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