Year of events

11th March 2005 at 00:00
Over the year, a series of science shows run by Setpoint Scotland, a team of science communicators based at Glasgow University with colleagues in Aberdeen and Edinburgh, will prove to 8,000 school pupils that science can be fun. The shows, which include lectures, demonstrations, props and explosions, have adopted interactive voting technology to assess the extent of learning.

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