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Start-up Science Masterclasses for S1 & S2 Students: University of Glasgow

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Science Masterclasses

Researchers at the University of Glasgow are holding the following Start-Up Science and Technology Masterclasses, to conduct science experiments with S1 and S2 students:

Sat 2 November 2019 – How to be a Bridge Builder led by Scarlett Gao

Sat 9 November 2019 – How to be an Astrophysicist led by David Millar

Sat 16 November 2019– How to be an Aeroplane Designer led by Simon Tait

Sat 23 November 2019 – How to be a Rocket Scientist led by Alasdair Wilson

At these Masterclasses, students get up to all sorts of science and technology mischief!

The sessions are run in partnership with the University of Glasgow and are intended to give young people who have shown an interest in science and technology the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and experience. The sessions promote participation and provide the students with a unique insight into academic life and research.

For more information please contact;

Karen O’Neill, Corporate Services Assistant

Closing date for applications: Sat 19 October 2019

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Additional Information

The Science Masterclasses are completely free but have limited places available. Priority is given to students who can attend all four classes. There is no limit to the number of students who apply from one school; however, places for each class are limited. Once applications have been received we will correspond with students and parents at their home addresses. The RSE is Children's Scotland University Learning Destination, and you can collect two credits for attending each masterclass.