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Scottish Science Festivals - Where and When…

image Published: Jan 28, 2014

There are a number of local science festivals held across Scotland throughout the year. Find out where, when and how your church can get involved.

There are several ways your church can get involved:

Publicise your local science festival in you church.

Offer your space as a venue.

Put on your own event - The Society, Religion and Technology Project can work with your church to put together a faith and science event. Contact us at srtp@cofscotland.org.uk

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 Falkirk District Science Festival

 Last held 2014

 Hebridean SciTech Festival

 Last held 2013

 Caithness International Science Festival

 10 - 17 March 2018

 Dunbar SciFest

 Last held 2016 - usually March

 Fife Science Festival

 May/June (proposals usually required by February)

 Strathern Science Festival

 Jan/Feb - There will be no festival in 2018

 Moray Science Festival

 25th Anniversary in 2018 - usually March

 Ayrshire Science and Engineering Festival

 Last held 2015

 Edinburgh International Science Festival

 31 March - 15 April 2018

 Dumfries and Galloway Science Festval

 Usually April/May (proposals usually required by December)

 Scottish Borders Science Festival

 Usually May

 MossFest

 Last held 2013 - usually May/Summer

 Glasgow University Science Festival

 7th - 17th June 2017 (proposals required by 15th December)

 Inverness Science Festival

 May 2018

 Orkney International Science Festival

 Last held 2017 - usually September

 Techfest (Aberdeen/Aberdeenshire)

 Last held 2017 - usually September/October

 Festival of the Sea - centred around Oban)

 Last held 2016 - usually May

 Midlothian Science Festival

 Last held 2017 - usually Sept/Oct

Dundee Science Festival

Last held 2016 - usually early to mid November

 Shetland Science Festival

 Usually September (every two years)

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