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The University of Edinburgh – Full Programme

Tickets info

Date & Time
Sat 26 Jun–Sun 11 Jul
Age Restriction
All Ages

Venue | All Ages

The University of Edinburgh – Full Programme

About the event

The University of Edinburgh works in partnership to connect science and society to make the world a better place. Their staff and students work together to make exciting scientific discoveries and ensure that their research makes a difference in the world.

During the Edinburgh Science Festival, you can enjoy exclusive new outdoor walks, tours and trails developed by the University of Edinburgh’s staff and students for you to explore around town. You’ll also find a wealth of brand new online events and experiences from online escape rooms, virtual tours of university sites and research vessels to hands-on workshops and more!

Full Programme

Virtually Explore: Science and Engineering at The University of Edinburgh

Walking Through the COVID-19 Vaccine

My Depression, Your Depression: Same Name, Different Story

Neurotrail: a Neuroscience-Themed Walking Map of Edinburgh

Road to COP26

Secrets of Healthy Cognitive Ageing

Edinburgh's Mathematical History

Exploring Edinburgh's Volcano – Children and Families

Exploring Edinburgh's Volcano – Adults and Young People

Sherlock Holmes and the Biofilms Mystery

Virtual Tour of the Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic

Signing Science: BSL Virtual Laboratory Tour

Escape from the Physics Labs

70% Water: Life and Science aboard a Research Ship – Children and Families

70% Water: Life and Science aboard a Research Ship – Adults and Young People

Glitter Bar: A Makeover Takeover!

Virtual Tour of the Insititute of Genetics and Cancer

The Tam Dalyell Prize

AWEN: A Walk Encountering Nature

AWEN: Encountering Climate Emergency

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