Glasgow Science Centre – free resources around STEM and climate change


The Glasgow Science Centre has provided a comprehensive round up of their digital resources that are free to access.

Climate Change Resources

The Curious About: Our Planet festival runs from 18-20 February and focuses on climate change. It includes live Q&A sessions with scientists and conservationists, resources and videos, curated content from our partners, a family quiz, music and more. 

https://www.glasgowsciencecentre.org/discover/our-world-our-impact 

In the run up to COP 26, GSC are bringing the climate conversation into your home or school through series of interactive online events, discussions, videos, challenges and more. Join the discussion as we explore our five climate themes together – Climate Justice; Our Planet; Food; Energy, Transport and Travel; and Our Green Futures. 

 

The Glasgow Science Centre at Home

Looking to catch up on a video you've missed or discovering #GSCAtHome for the first time? Here you'll find our listings of every #GSCAtHome video aired to date, together with The Spark magazine, and A Spark of Science. 

The Hub is your one-stop-shop to explore Our World, Our Impact and features exclusive clips from live events, activities and workshops, educational resources and more. The Hub hosts on-demand content for all ages and levels.  

Make sure you join the Our World, Our Impact newsletter to stay updated and learn more about upcoming events.

We want to share the wonder of GSC with staff and visitors alike and so have our blog here to keep you updated with news and exciting things from GSC, our friends and our partners.

Welcome to The Spark - an exciting, new magazine from Glasgow Science Centre! Each issue will have exciting experiments for you to try at home, fascinating facts to ponder over, and puzzles and quizzes to challenge your family. 

Follow us on Social Media for the most up to date news and be the first to follow our campaigns. Look out for our climate campaigns such as ‘How Did We Get Here?’, ‘Climate Challenges’ and our food waste campaign ‘Scraps’. 

 

 





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