• SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus
  • SURGE Scotland | Street Arts | Physical Theatre | Circus

Parasite Street Science

Our microcosm of microbiology gave the Partick Thistle fans a chance to get involved with learning the science behind the spread of infections and the role of antibodies within the body.

The Parasite Street Science performance is a collaboration between the University of Glasgow and Surge Theatre with the purpose of doing public engagement work surrounding infectious diseases in Africa. The University of Glasgow were recently awarded funding to do public engagement work on their research on sleeping sickness in Malawi.

With the team set to fly out to Malawi in the coming weeks, Saturday 6th August seen the group practice their performance in front of the Firhill crowd for the first time before they perform educationally at football matches in Malawi.

More news from Malawi coming soon!

#ParasiteStreetScience

A collaboration between the Wellcome Centre for Integrative Parasitology, University of Glasgow School of Life Sciences, Surge, Kamuzu University of Health Sciences and Malawi VOICES.

Thank you to Partick Thistle Football Club and The Scottish Football Supporters Association for their support of our project.

Watch the video of us at Partick Thistle Football club here: https://youtu.be/wS-4mtupErc or click the image below.

 

 

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