“Careers through Chemistry” is an event running in association with Trinity College on Tuesday 11th November from 10.30am-12.30pm. Teachers are invited to bring classes from Transition Year and Senior Cycle Chemistry to the Tercentenary Hall for the event, which will feature short careers talks from a wide variety of speakers, all of whom have studied the Chemical Sciences.
The Irish Laboratory Awards are currently open for entries and the deadline has now been extended to 5pm on Wednesday, 22nd of October. For further information, please visit the official website www.labawards.ie or contact the organiser’s office on 01 5242 383, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UCD Earth Institute, in association with An Cosán Glas, is delighted to announce Earth Festival, an exciting merging of art and science. You and your school are invited to the exhibition presented in Letterkenny Town Park on 11th-13th November 2014 as part of Ireland’s National Science Week.
The Chemistry Is All Around Network project, funded by the European Commission in the framework of the Lifelong Learning Programme (Comenius Subprogramme – Multilateral Networks), intends to promote the learning of chemistry providing access to:
The 2nd Scientix Conference will take place 24th – 26th October 2014 in Brussels. With the expected participation of around 600 teachers, policymakers, researchers and project managers, it will be one of the major networking events in STEM education in Europe.
The annual Galway Science & Technology Festival takes place from 10th-23rd November.
Scientists at Science Foundation Ireland’s seven Research Centres around the country are planning to Celebrate the Power of Science during Science Week. There will be something for all ages, from robotics to photonics, from crystals to disgusting digestion, from nanotechnology to big data, from global warming to smashing science movies!
Mega congratulations to Paul Clarke winner at EUCYS 2014 and a special CERN award. Congrats also to his teacher & ISTA member Dr Brian Smith. Paul was national winner of SciFest in 2013 and BTYSTE winner in 2014.