Engineering meets the circus in this new project funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering.
On Saturday 2 February 2019 we were delighted to celebrate the arrival of Dippy the Dinosaur at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum.
Uncover the stories of Scotland's forgotten women of science. Monumental is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
This project, for primary schools, connects pupils with real life space research. Funded by the UK Space Agency.
Explore engineering through this innovative project, supported by the Royal Academy of Engineering.
Calling all muggles! For GSF 2017, we collaborated with the Concrete Gardens, Possilpark, to create a unique Harry Potter-themed event for a family audience.
Each year Glasgow Science Festival takes over the Kelvingrove art gallery and museum to bring thousands of museum visitors closer to research.
Discover how Glasgow researchers helped make one of the greatest scientific discoveries of the century - the detection of gravitational waves - in this innovative show funded by the STFC.
The GSF Shed went on tour in this science-art project supported by the Royal Society of Chemistry
A showcase of some of the innovative research and projects happening in Glasgow
Panto science blended the traditional family-friendly pantomime with the world of science.
Glasgow Science Festival, Kelvin Building, University of Glasgow
Glasgow, G12 8QQ, Scotland
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