Skip to main content


Maths Week Ireland 2014 October 11th-19th

Maths Week Ireland 2014 will take place from 11th – 19th October. It continues to be the largest festival of its kind in the world. In 2013 over 200,000 participated throughout the island of Ireland.

Theories, Facts and Mind Games - IoBI

As part of the celebration of its Golden Jubilee, The Institute of Biology of Ireland invites you to a keynote Public Lecture in The National Botanic Gardens, Dublin 9 on Friday October 17th 2014 at 7:30pm. FREE Admission.
'Theories, Facts and Mind Games - Enthusing young minds to delight in understanding how lively plants really are!' 
Presenter: Dr. Matthew Jebb, Director of the National Botanic Gardens

The Irish Lab Awards - Deadline for entries extended!

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 or contact the organiser’s office on 01 5242 383, or email them at

World Space Week 4th-10th October

To celebrate World Space Week 2014 CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory Cork, the Dunsink Observatory Dublin and the Armagh Planetarium have partnered with ESERO Ireland to offer ‘Space Guiding Your Way’ themed workshops, STEM career talks and space exploration activities to the students of Ireland.

Junior Science Specifications

The consultation process for the new Junior Cycle Science specification is now open. ISTA will facilitate consultation meeting at Branches nationwide for its members.

ChemEd-Ireland 2014

'Chemistry in Context' is the tagline for the 33rd ChemEd-Ireland Conference in DIT on October 11th. Please remember to register to attend ChemEd-Ireland by midnight on Friday October 3rd by accessing the Eventbrite website at this link:


A denim jacket was found after IoP Frontiers of Physics in DCU on Saturday.
Please contact: Deirdre McCabe


World Space Week 4th-10th October

In the run up to World Space WeekCréidhe O’Sullivan and Peter Gallagher will be discussing a variety of topics including what happened in the early universe and the merits of funding space exploration in the Alchemist Cafe!

STEM Transitions – bridging the gap between primary and post-primary education.

STEM Transitions – bridging the gap between primary and post-primary education. The science event will be held on Thursday, 2nd October at St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra from 6.00 – 9.00pm. If you would like to get involved please contact Tugba Aysel: