MSF Brochure 2018 front cover icon6th – 20th OCT 2018


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Easter Bush Campus Open Day

October 13 @ 11:0016:00
Easter Bush Campus

A hive of scientific research and discovery, right on your doorstep! A chance to see behind the scenes at The Roslin Institute, Veterinary Teaching Building, Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre and more... Meet our scientists and vets and get hands-on with fun activities for all ages. Enjoy our programme of accessible science talks from 11am, organised with the Royal Society of Biology. Dolly's cafe at The Roslin Institute will be open throughout the event for drinks, lunches and snacks.

Mapology: Beginners Navigation

October 15 @ 18:3020:00
Roslin Bowling Club

A fun and games introduction for adults new to using a map and compass, learning  how to use these fantastic tools to stay safe when exploring the great outdoors. With  Mapology Come along to Roslin Bowling Club on Monday 15th from 6:30pm-9pm.  

Back to the Future: The Engineering of Edinburgh

October 16 @ 19:0021:00
Rosslyn Chapel

Prof. Gordon Masterton from the University of Edinburgh, will tell the story of the city of Edinburgh’s amazing contribution to engineering, providing insights into the city’s infrastructure, including Rosslyn Chapel itself. Come along Tuesday 16th from 7pm-9pm.  

Meet The Cows

October 17 @ 10:3012:00
Langhill Farm

Ever wondered where the milk on your breakfast cereal comes from? Find out on a guided tour of Langhill dairy farm where you can meet our herd of Holstein Friesian cows and find out about the science of dairy farming in the 21st century. Part of the University of Edinburgh’s Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Langhill Farm is a working dairy farm with cows providing fresh milk every day as well as helping to train the vets of tomorrow.…

Rocks: A Record of a Swampy Past

October 20 @ 10:0012:00
Roslin Glen Country Park

Midlothian was once a tropical swamp – and the evidence is in the rocks. A scenic walk in Roslin Glen with a geologist from Edinburgh University will reveal a record in the rocks of Scotland’s past. While  there we will also visit a former gunpowder works, and see the type of rocks that North Sea oil comes from. Come along Saturday 20th from 10am-12pm.  

River Dipping

October 20 @ 14:0016:00
Roslin Glen Country Park

Join the Ranger Service and the Friends as we explore the waters of the North Esk with nets, trays and magnifiers and discover the fish, bugs and beasties that live there. Wear suitable footwear as you may get a little wet.  

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