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32184Win tickets to see Baroness Susan Greenfield at the Festival of Politics

Win tickets to see Baroness Susan Greenfield at the Festival of Politics

We’ve teamed up with our friends at the Scottish Parliament to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Baroness Susan Greenfield at the 2016 Festival of Politics. Baroness Susan Greenfield CBE – the 21st century mind: problems and possibilities Baroness Greenfield is an internationally recognised research scientist,

Category: Festival News       Posted: 05 August 2016

32145Be part of Science Festival 2017!

Be part of Science Festival 2017!

Would you like to be part of the 2017 Edinburgh International Science Festival? Well you could be in luck as we’ve just launched our annual Call for Ideas. Our open call offers you the chance to get involved in Scotland’s biggest celebration of science. Each Easter we transform the halls, gardens,

Category: Festival News       Posted: 06 July 2016

32104Finding science amongst the Fringe

Finding science amongst the Fringe

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the largest arts festival in the world. This year it runs 5-29 August and, with the full programme launched and tickets on sale, now is the time to start planning what you’d like to see. To help you discover some of the science on offer we’ve

Category: Festival News       Posted: 22 June 2016

32107Uncover the science at this year’s Book Festival

Uncover the science at this year’s Book Festival

In a world of global uncertainty and shifting influence, this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival explores the power of the human mind to imagine a better world. Here at the Science Festival we’re big fans of the spaces where words and science meet - something we celebrate each year through

Category: Festival News       Posted: 20 June 2016

32062Uncanny Valley scoops up CATS award

Uncanny Valley scoops up CATS award

We were absolutely delighted when Uncanny Valley, a show commissioned as part of our Science in the Spotlight project, scooped up one of the Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland on Sunday. The show, which was written by Rob Drummond and produced by Borderline Theatre and the Gaiety Theatre, won

Category: Festival News       Posted: 13 June 2016

31835Remembering a very special Generation Science tour

Remembering a very special Generation Science tour

We’ve waved away the last of our teams and the dust is now starting to settle on the kit that’s all packed away in the warehouse, so we thought we’d take a moment to reflect on our 2016 Generation Science tour. (Good Vibrations visits Shetland during the 2016 Generation Science tour - photography

Category: Education News       Posted: 06 June 2016

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