Mercury

Mercury is produced by Glasgow Science Centre to promote science issues in Scotland, to examine the factors facing scientists and engineers, and to profile the leading thinkers in industry, government and academia.

David Sibbald

Meet our new chairman

Meet Glasgow Science Centre's new Chair, David Sibbald OBE.


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Mercury Issue 15

Mercury Issue 15

In this issue of Mercury, we explore the importance of creating world-class experiences.


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Mercury Issue 14

Mercury Issue 14

In this issue of Mercury we look at education and Glasgow Science Centre's drive to build on its role as a conduit to learning for children and young people.


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Mercury Issue 13

Mercury Issue 13

In this issue of Mercury from Glasgow Science Centre we look at design and its implications.


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Mercury Issue 12

This edition of Mercury highlights the continued successes of our partnerships with organisations from the public sector, further education, government and industry. 

 


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Mercury Issue 11

It's World Space Week and the brand new edition of Mercury looks at the Scottish Space sector. 


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Exercise or Die

Dr Linda de Caestecker, Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s Director of Public Health, talks to Mercury’s Maurice Smith


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Mercury Issue 10

Game on! It's issue 10 of our Mercury Magazine. In this edition we talk to two of Scotland's top professors on the importance or regular exercise for a healthy life, talk to Diet Chef founder about the science behind calorie counting and look at the science behind cycle wear.


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Joss Blamire

The Importance of Scotland's Alternative Power Sources

Joss Blamire, a senior policy manager at Scottish Renewables, explains the importance to Scotland of the new alternative sources of power.


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Climate Change with Sir Walport

Professor Sir Mark Walport, the UK Government's Chief Scientific Advisor speaks to Mercury about Climate Change.


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