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SciFest at INESPO

The 7th INESPO (International Environment & Sustainability Project Olympiad) international olympiad takes place from 31st May - 5th June in Amsterdam. It is intended for students between 13 and 18 years with the goal to involve them bring communal consensus on social environmental values and to eventually eliminate the environmental problems through education.


Junior Cycle Team are recruiting

Junior Cycle Team are recruiting additional full & part time seconded teachers for 2015/2016. 


SciFest student has an asteroid named after him after and came second in the world at ISEF 2015

Christopher Carragher from Our Lady’s Secondary School in Castleblaney has got an asteroid named after him. The Monaghan student had an asteroid named after him after he came second in the World award in the Computational Biology and Bioinformatics category at ISEF 2015 which was held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this week. Chistopher got to Pennsylvania after winning the SciFest 2014 national final last November. His project was about aiding people with memory loss. Memory Buddy!


Come along and get involved in some Physics Busking!

Next week Physics Busking is hosting a free communications workshop in DCU, while June events will include Bloom in the Phoenix Park and CoderDojo at RDS.


RSC Survey

RSC puts a lot of effort into educational support for science and chemistry teachers and they would really like hear your thoughts as to how well they are hitting their targets on this in Ireland, and how they might do better. Your response to the survey, which examines their activities and approach using the current promotional attached booklet will help them to explore potential improvements. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2NLXQ6N


Science Journal May 2015

The May issue of SCIENCE is on its way to you!
Doodle Physics
Medicines in my Life
Spectroscopy in a Suitcase 
The Large Hadron Collider 
Every Lab should have a Drinking Bird
One Good Idea Awards
Ethiopia East and South
Beautiful Borneo
and much more .....


PharmaChemical Ireland Science Educator of the Year Award 2015

ISTA is delighted that Sheila Porter of SciFest fame has been selected as PharmaChemical Ireland Science Educator of the Year 2015. A member of ISTA since 1971, Sheila has been a member of the Dublin Branch Committee on a number of occassions. Read her story in the May issue of SCIENCE - due out soon!


MATHletes 2015

13,000 students, 280 schools, €40,000 in prizes. Check out all the excitement of the 2015 MATHletes Challenge, Ireland's pioneering maths tournament powered by Khan Academy.


Amgen Teach Distance Learning Activity

The 3rd Distance Learning Activity (DLA) for the Amgen Teach project will take place during the week of 8th - 12th June 2015 with the title Watermark:The anatomy of an Inquiry Based Science project.