GLASGOW Science Centre is offering the chance to explore the science behind what we eat and drink at their latest adult-only event.
Science Lates: Taste on Friday June 1 will allow attendees to make their own DNA daiquiri and take part in interactive coffee roasting sessions.
There’ll be a chance to learn all about whisky with Clydeside distillery and also nibble on some edible insects.
Visitors can also get hands on with nearly 400 interactive exhibits including the energy dance floor, hurricane tunnel and giant hamster wheel.
It’s the latest in a series of Science Lates events, which see the attraction open in the evening with no kids allowed.
It aims to offer something different for a Friday night out in the city, with shows, workshops and experts, as well as food and drink.
A health and wellbeing event takes place in August, followed by Space and Christmas themed nights later in the year.
Tickets to Science Lates: Taste can be bought online at www.glasgowsciencecentre.org for £15 for adults and £10 for students.
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