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:
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!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.