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Testimonials

Here is what just some of our supporters say about us:

"Baillie Gifford is delighted to continue its support of Edinburgh International Science Festival. The Science Festival is one of Edinburgh’s most diverse and accessible festivals, offering a rich programme of events that appeal to people of all ages and backgrounds. In 2014, our title sponsorship of the new festival hub at Summerhall allowed an expansion of programme, offering audiences even more opportunities for education, engagement and entertainment. This hub is an important part of Edinburgh’s cultural landscape, and we look forward to helping the Science Festival’s future expansion and development."
 
Samantha Pattman, Events Manager
Baillie Gifford Investment Managers

"TOTAL E&P UK has supported Generation Science for a number of years focusing on school visits within Aberdeen City and Shire. Raising awareness and encouraging children to participate and learn about STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) activities is high on our agenda and what better way to do this than by working with the professionals at Generation Science. Action packed, high energy, fun filled workshops are guaranteed with each performance.
We are looking forward to bringing the team to Shetland in Spring 2015, as we extend our reach to the northern most point of the UK visiting as many schools as possible to share the message that science is fun."
 
Sandra L McIntosh, Communication Adviser
TOTAL E&P UK Limited

"Diabetes Scotland is proud to partner with Edinburgh International Science Festival for another year to provide educational opportunities through outreach programmes across Scotland. Up to 80 per cent of cases of Type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed through changes in lifestyle. Through our work with the Festival we can deliver Live For It! workshops to primary school children, encouraging healthy living from a young age, raising awareness of diabetes as a condition and reducing stigma for Type 1 diabetes. With unrivalled innovation, expertise and, most of all, fun, this programme is teaching children the importance of a balanced diet and exercise to keep them feeling good. The positive impact of this learning will be felt for years to come and it is through the fantastic appeal of Edinburgh International Science Festival that this is possible."
 
Sarah Ward, Deputy National Director
Diabetes Scotland