This short survey on your science communication activity in Glasgow and the West of Scotland will take around 15 minutes to complete.
Glasgow and the West of Scotland has a strong heritage of science, technology, medicine and the social sciences and aspires to be a World City of Science.
A European FP7 project called PLACES seeks to identify how a European City of Scientific Culture should look and at Glasgow City of Science we strongly believe we can provide a leading role in its development for the benefit of our citizens and those involved in communicating science.
As a participating lead organisation in the PLACES project and home to Glasgow City of Science, Glasgow Science Centre has been tasked with mapping science communication in Glasgow and the West of Scotland. We seek to identify the groups, organisations, associations and other actors that carry out science communication activities locally, on a continuous or sporadic basis.
The information asked for below will provide a better understanding of the dynamics of science communication in Glasgow and the West of Scotland. We would be very grateful therefore if you could take some time to complete the short survey of your science communication activity. The information collected will be made publicly available at Glasgow City of Science and www.openplaces.eu and ultimately strengthen the case for Glasgow’s claim to be a World City of Science.