Science Lates

Science Lates at Glasgow Science Centre

Join us as Glasgow Science Centre goes adults-only for our series of Science Lates. Enjoy hundreds of exhibits, live demonstrations, talks, shows, tasty food and delicious drinks, with no children allowed. There’ll be more detail to follow on what each enticing event has in store, but each theme will be sure to bring some truly unique, thought provoking experiences to your Friday night.

These will draw a crowd, so get your tickets now for a fantastic evening not to be missed.

Running 6.00pm till 10.30pm on the first Friday of the month

£15 | £10 (student) per person, per night

£12.00 per person per night for groups of 10 or more. Please give our lovely team a call on 0141 420 5000.

Strictly +18’s only

Tickets are on sale now!

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2 Jun 2017

Science Lates: Under the Skin

What makes us tick? With activities to delight, challenge or even make you squirm - explore our vital organs and put your reactions to the test, as we dissect what makes us human.

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Delve Under The Skin at the next Science Late, where you can also:
  • Come and learn about the devious tricks used by cells, organs and bodies to win the race to fertilisation with comedian, Simon Watt in Sperm Warfare - an award-winning live show!
  • Take a spectacular tour inside the brain with Professor of Neuroscience Judith Pratt, immersed in its working in our full dome digital planetarium for Neurodome
  • Go on a breathtaking 3D journey through a virtual human body to explore the unseen aspects of human anatomy and physiology in the BodyVision 3D show
  • Extract your genetic code in the Hands on DNA workshop
  • Walk through our supersized Mega Heart and learn about what can go wrong and why it's important to look after this vital organ
  • Put pencil to paper at Life Drawing sessions and see Anatomical body painting come to life
  • Roll up your sleeves and follow our lung and heart Dissections
  • Stay cool, calm and collected in the Under Pressure Quiz at the My WOW Live Studio
  • Meet a whole host of experts who will help you get under the skin of a whole range of topics
  • Drop in and watch the 3D printer in action
  • Get into the party spirit and have your face painted
  • Savour tasty food and delicious drinks whilst you enjoy hundred's of interactive exhibits across the whole Science Mall without any kids!
  • Pick up a memento of your night to take home from the GSC Shop

Watch the videos and get a flavour of what GSC's Science Lates is like...

 

There's more to come - watch this space for updates of what else to expect on the night!

All activities are included in your ticket, but some activities may be very popular so get there early to avoid disappointment. While you're making your about the building, drinks and tasty snacks can be purchased at our stands located on the ground and first floors.

7 Jul 2017

Science Lates: Innovate

Join us as we talk technology, investigate innovation and discover how to engineer the designs of tomorrow. How does the future look to you?

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4 Aug 2017

Science Lates: Taste

Cheers! Tease your taste buds as you discover the science behind what we eat and drink. Broaden your food and drink horizons as we mix up the perfect cocktail of intriguing, tasty science.

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1 Sep 2017

Science Lates: Into Orbit

Leave the Earth behind for the evening and embark on a journey into the solar system and beyond. Wonder at the night sky in our Planetarium or explore the latest in space technology.

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Previous Science Lates

5 May 2017

Science Lates: Sensation

Can you trust your brain? Discover how we perceive the world around us, decipher mind-bending illusions and stimulate your senses in this sound and light extravaganza.

7 Apr 2017

Science Lates: Get Curious

Spark your curiosity! Delve into a night of spectacular science from explosive demos and live shows to three floors of fascinating hands-on exhibits. Join us as we begin our journey with our first Science Late.

 

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