The Big Science Bake-Off

Do you like science?  Do you like cake?  Do you like competitions?

Do you like sciencey cakey competitions?  Then read on….

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COMPETITION: THE BIG SCIENCE BAKE-OFF

As part of the ‘Glasgow, Naturally‘ weekend at the Kelvingrove Museum & Art Gallery on the 15th and 16th June, we’re inviting science and cake lovers to take part in a baking competition like no other!  Come and enjoy a delicious blend of cake and scienc

To take part in The Big Science Bake-Off, simply:

  • Bake a science-themed cake (or cakes)
  • Bring it along to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum at 11am on Sunday 16th June
  • You can also submit photographs of your cakey creations by emailing sciencefestival@glasgow.ac.uktweeting @GlasgowSciFest or posting on our facebook wall

From astrophysics to zoology, cakes to suit all tastes are welcome!  Open to all ages.

All entries will be displayed in the Kelvingrove Museum on 16th June. The lucky winner will receive a full set of high quality silicone bakeware!

HAVE YOUR CAKE BAKED BY GREGGS

Calling all budding cake designers: don’t miss the chance to have your cake design transformed into a real-life delicious cake by our lovely sponsors, Greggs bakers!  Head along to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum on 16th June and draw your best science-themed cake for our Design a Cake Competition.

The winning design will be brought to life by expert bakers at Greggs!

For children aged 12 and under.

Science has never tasted this good!

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