Glasgow Science Festival: Two Marys

Meet the Marys who shaped the political and scientific life of Glasgow through this lecture at Glasgow Caledonian University as part of this year's Glasgow Science Festival!

Glasgow Science Festival: Two Marys

About Glasgow Science Festival: Two Marys

Meet the Marys who shaped the political and scientific life of Glasgow through this lecture in three parts: the tale of political activist Mary Barbour (1875-1958), through the art of Sharon Thomas; the tale of Professor of dietetics Mary Andross (1893-1968), based on material from GCU archives; and a look at current trends. Includes reception at 17:30-18:00

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