Events

Find out about all the events taking place across the city each month

There are hundreds of events taking place in the region every month, from seminars, networking events to round table discussions, awards ceremonies and science-related cultural activities. Regardless of interests or expertise, there is bound to be plenty of fixtures which pique your interest and what better way to engage with the Glasgow City of Science community than confirming attendance to one or two.

Supported by The University of the West of Scotland, we have partnered with The List to provide a data gathering service. This is a well-known events site that carries high quality event information for the whole of Scotland.

To submit an event to The List, simply click here. You’ll need to register, but it’s a quick process to share your event and have your listing published on our site, The List’s website and be featured in feeds by The List to other organisations including Glasgow City Marketing Bureau and STV.

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Biggar Science Festival

Science festival featuring shows, exhibits, demonstrations and speakers

Dates : 30 Nov -0001

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Moon50 Landing Party

Family party in celebration of the moon landing's 50th anniversary, with plenty of space-themed activities, fancy dress and more

Dates : 20 Jul 2019

Find out more...

Glasgow Skeptics Presents: Happy Birthday Tranquility Base

Mon 22nd Jul 2019

Only 24 humans have ever gone to the Moon. Only twelve of those have walked on the surface of our nearest neighbour. One brought some tartan along for the ride. Journey with a space-race geek who never got to see a Saturn V fly and still won't forgive himself for missing a Space Shuttle launch. How did we do it? Why did we do it? What the heck does "SCE to AUX" mean?. About the Speaker: Alastair completed his astronomy PhD last year and now works at the Royal Observatory Edinburgh. He currently splits his time between researching active galaxies and working for the James Webb Space Telescope UK Public Engagement Campaign.

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International Nuclear Physics Conference

Mon 29th Jul 2019 - Fri 2nd Aug 2019

Conference on fundamental nuclear physics, showcasing the latest research and applications of nuclear science.

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Insp-Hire

Sat 14th Sep 2019

New event for 4-14 year olds and their guardians to learn about industry 4 and how this will impact them.

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Events

   

Moon50 Landing Party

Family party in celebration of the moon landing's 50th anniversary, with plenty of space-themed acti...

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Apollo 11

Documentary marking the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing with never-before-seen footage an...

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