British Science Week (BSW) is coordinated by the British Science Association (BSA) and funded by the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS).
BIS aims to stimulate and support scientists, engineers, science communicators and the general public to produce the largest range of self-sustaining events across the UK, in order to engage as many people as possible with science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
As part of British Science Week (11th-20th March) we are joining in on the fun and running a stimulating science event in Maryhill, Glasgow.
See below for details or check our Facebook page.
Join in, feel good!
Want to know and learn more about the local wildlife? Become a Citizen Scientist for a day and get involved in Maryhill’s Natural Treasures Event. Our events will be exciting and hands-on, exploring the local wildlife of Maryhill. All of our activities are fun and open to all ages and abilities!
Saturday 19th March, 11am-4pm
British Science Week activities:
11am-12pm: Explore mini laboratory
12pm-1pm: Simple Wildlife Survey
1pm-1:30pm: Break and opportunity to visit market place stall
2pm-4pm: Field trip to Glasgow Botanic Gardens
Where: Maryhill Hub Community Garden, 186 Wyndford Road, Glasgow, G20 8HF
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and shoes. Feel free to bring a snack or there is a café inside the Maryhill Hub.
Children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.