Your class can take part in a virtual visit to the Roslin Institute, meet one of our scientists and find out about science in the real world!
We are proud to be a Scotland's Regional Champion and have a selection of hands-on investigations that can be used at home or in the classroom to help support your young science explorers to ask and answer their own scientific questions.
Free online public events exploring the science and research taking place in our College. A great opportunity for S4 - S6 pupils, college students and teachers to hear about our research and ask questions.
These step-by-step, fun, curriculum-linked investigations develop your young explorer's understanding of how science works and prepares them to create their own investigations.
Online educational resources, for P6 to S6 pupils, to support learning in the classroom and information about our teacher professional development courses.
Please note that bookings for 2020/2021 are not open at present as due to Covid-19 restrictions we are unable to run in-person workshops.
We are currently running "Meet a Roslin Scientist" virtual visits for S4 - S6 pupils and college students.
From January 2021 we will be running an online programme for P6 to S3 pupils.
If you have any questions please contact us by email or phone.
Updated December 2020
We have an exciting programme of hands-on science workshops for local, national and international primary and secondary schools.
We have a programme of molecular biology and genetic focused workshops for further education college students of all levels.
We have many opportunities for families and adults to get hands-on with some real-life science in the Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre.
We aim to inspire the next generation of scientists and science communicators by offering opportunities for young people; including school pupils, undergraduates and PhD students.
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