Comedy, music and death, naturally…

We’ve passed the halfway mark and it’s already day six of Glasgow Science Festival!

Last night, Simon Watt, Helen Arney and six of Glasgow’s funniest academics performed to a sell-out crowd at The Admiral Bar, with spider sex, fly sperm and sordid constellations among the well-researched jokes!

Check out the highlights for today’s events below:

Ticketed events

Fancy yourself as the next Brian Cox? Interested in public engagement or the media as a career? This lunchtime from 12-1pm at the University of Glasgow, join experts for a Science Communication & the Media: Careers Q&A. Get your free ticket here.  If you can’t make it along in person, tweet your questions @GlasgowSciFest, hashtag #askGSF!

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Feeling inspired after last night’s platter of academic comedy? Hone your communication skills and try a unique form of public engagement by joining a FREE stand-up comedy workshop for researchers at Blackfriars from 5-6 pm. For tickets, email sciencefestival@glasgow.ac.uk.

From sex to death, Channel 4’s Simon Watt isn’t scared to tackle some big questions! Tonight he asks ‘Why We Die‘ at Blackfriars at 7pm – tickets are still available here.

If you enjoyed Helen’s science-infused songs from last night then don’t miss her award-winning show ‘Voice of an Angle‘ at Blackfriars tonight at 9pm – get your ticket online.

Drop-in events

Water at the Heart of Science

21st Century Plant Science

The Clipperton Project’s Floating Laboratory

Glasgow Science Centre

MAKLAB: Design, Build, Create

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