Novo Science creates engaging and interactive shows, inspired by current scientific research. We also train scientists and students, act as consultants for commercial companies and are actively participating in research projects.

What we do:

  • Create new engaging events, pulling together a range of experts in different fields, sourcing funding and venues for performances.
  • Help you, as researchers, to engage the public in your research and achieve maximal scientific impact for your work – essential for grant applications and the REF.
  • Bring cutting-edge science into your schools.
  • Deliver training for research staff and students.
  • Work collaboratively with individual research groups, bringing our expertise of science and engaging performances.
  • Critically assess the evidence for your company’s scientific claims and add scientific expertise to your projects.

Clients include: Heriot Watt University, University of Edinburgh, Splash About International Ltd, Edinburgh Napier University, British Science Association and Glasgow College.

Public Engagement

Contact us to engage and inform your audience on desired scientific topics.

Training & Communication

Employ our scientific expertise to provide training and aid communication.

Science Consultation and Testing

Consult NovoScience to provide expert scientific advice on your specific issue.


Book us to deliver enjoyable scientific workshops to your requirements.

Recent Projects

Effect of Nanoparticles on Cryptosporidium parvum


BiRA Project


What People Say

Recent News

New Office and Laboratory Space

  • Posted by stuart
  • On 19th April 2018
Novo Science was pleased to commission the build of dedicated office and lab space. We can now better serve our customers by increased turnaround for lab tests and premises in which we can hold small meetings. We want to give a massive shout out to Edinburgh Napier University, in particular to Dr. Clare Taylor and […]
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All News is Fake News!

  • Posted by stuart
  • On 19th April 2018
Look out for this show running as part of the Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas. We’re part of the initial creative team but we won’t be on stage performing this year. Let me introduce you to Prof David Finnegan and Sarah Keer Keer, both from University of Edinburgh, who have a gameshow treat in store for […]
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Superwomen of Science

  • Posted by stuart
  • On 4th April 2018
Sculptures of E. coli and a Trypanasome were created by the talented ArtFe, whilst The “Women in Science Rock’ was carved by Martin Wilson from Hatch Burn Carve and is a 13 kg chunk of Cornish slate. Both featured in the Scottish Superwomen of Science show and will later feature in an exhibition (watch this […]
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