Edinburgh Science Festival
Edinburgh Science Festival is an educational charity that aims to inspire all ages and backgrounds.
About Edinburgh Science Festival
The Science Festival will return in 6–21 April 2019 with the theme of Frontiers.
Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Moon landings, the 2019 Festival theme is Frontiers, exploring the boundaries of knowledge and the spirit of adventure and enquiry that drives science, technology, engineering and maths. Within this theme, specific areas of focus will include Healthcare Frontiers, Engineering Frontiers, Digital Frontiers, Environmental Frontiers and Planetary Frontiers. They provide a platform for some of the brightest minds in science, technology and engineering to share big and exciting ideas from the cutting-edge of their research domains.
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