Other Glasgow events

Evolution and Adaptation

Venue has wheelchair access via outdoor fire door at side of venue
Past event - 2022
11 May Doors 6.30pm
Event 7pm to 10pm
Butterfly and Pig, 153 Bath Street,
Glasgow G2 4SQ
How do new species evolve? And how do they adapt to an ever-changing Earth? Come along to answer these questions along with some of Glasgow's leading evolutionary researchers. 

Searching for the Earth's Oldest Magnets... or not

Dr Joshua Franz Eisle (Lord Kelvin Adam / Smith Research Fellow in Data Science )
When did life develop on Earth? Join Dr. Joshua Franz Einsle on his journey to answer this question using magnetic signals!

Reproduction & Biodiversity

Laying eggs or giving birth are two dramatically different ways of having babies and are both found throughout the animal kingdom. I will talk about cutting-edge research on the evolution of new ways of reproducing and what they mean for biodiversity.

Could exposure to chemicals in our environment pose a risk to our health and that of future generations?

Dr. Michelle Bellingham's work integrates behavioral, hormonal, molecular biology, and ‘omics approaches to understand the risks of environmental chemical exposure on mammalian physiology.

Other Butterfly and Pig events

2022-05-09 Out of this World: Sustainability and Solar Wind Butterfly and Pig 153 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4SQ, United Kingdom
2022-05-10 Planet Earth: Past, Present, and Future Butterfly and Pig 153 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4SQ, United Kingdom