Tuesday 12 06 2018
University of the West of Scotland’s School of Science and Sport hosted an event at its Paisley Campus on 7th June for local pupils, which gave them an insight into how scientific research impacts and influences people’s daily lives.
The event, Science in the Spotlight @ UWS, was delivered by UWS in partnership with the Glasgow Science Festival 2018.
It saw participants carry out experiments with enthusiastic researchers and find out how science makes a difference in the world in forensics, health, sport and much more.
“We are delighted to have participated in the Glasgow Science Festival for the second year running and to have hosted an event at our Paisley Campus. This event gave pupils the opportunity to explore the latest in science and sport science at UWS.”Professor Catriona Tedford of UWS School of Science and Sport
Launched in 2007, Glasgow Science Festival is one of the biggest science festivals in the UK. GSF takes memorable events to non-traditional venues in Glasgow and beyond where it engages with over 48,000 people through the headline festival in June and tens of thousands more through its community projects.
The principal aim is to connect people in the West of Scotland with the amazing research happening on their doorstep, from astronomy to zoology. With events for schools, families and adults, there’s something for all ages and interests. Over 90% of events are free to attend. For more information on GSF 2018 visit https://www.glasgowsciencefestival.org.uk