Hands-on activities

12th March 2010 at 00:00

Grangemouth Science Festival (March 11) will give pupils and parents a chance to engage in hands-on activities, working with scientists and engineers. The festival, at the Grangemouth Stadium, 6-8pm, complements this year's INEOS Set Fair - a 12-day science fair in which some 1,900 P7 pupils from 52 schools visit the stadium to take part in interactive activities. The festival is supported by Global Science, engineering firm Atkins, Scottish Power, Forth Valley College and the Glasgow Science Centre, with funding from the Scottish Government.

www.ineos.com.

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