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ReelLIFE SCIENCE

The ReelLIFE SCIENCE schools video competition is launching nationwide on Monday September 1st 2014, with a  prizefund of €3000. Teachers and students are invited to engage with Science in a fun way, by making an entertaining and educational short vide


Ocean 180 Video Challenge

The Ocean 180 Video Challenge is entering its second year and middle school classrooms around the world are invited to join our student judging team!


ExpeRimental - Bringing Science Home

ExpeRimental is a series of short films making it fun, easy and cheap to do science at home with your children. The project was the brainchild of Alom Shaha.


Khan Academy

Khan Academy Symposium on Saturday September 27th from 10am to 5pm at the Eircom Headquarters in Dublin. Early bird registration fee €15 before September 1st and €20 thereafter.


Clean Tech Competition 2015

The Clean Tech Competition is a unique, worldwide research and design challenge for pre-college youth. The program encourages scientific understanding of real-world issues and the integration of environmentally responsible energy sources.


Academia-Industry Alliance – Joint efforts in Science Education

The final report from the Royal Irish Academy-ALLEA forum: Academia-Industry Alliance – Joint efforts in Science Education compiled by the All European Academies (ALLEA) is now available.


Earth Festival - Science through Art: A collaborative learning experience

The UCD Earth Institute, in association with An Cosán Glas, is delighted to announce an exciting merging of art and science. You and your school are invited to the exhibition presented in Letterkenny Town Park over the course of three days in November 2014 as part of Ireland’s National Science Week.


Science Gallery Exhibition - Strange Weather

The latest exhibition at the Science Gallery called STRANGE WEATHER opens to the public on Friday 18th July. Have a go at forecasting the weather, create your own micro-climates and learn just how predictable the future of weather is.


Invitation to Science Professional Development Programme

Chain Reaction is focused on creating a Professional Learning Community (PLC) of science teachers and teacher educators to make sense of and improve Inquiry Based Science Education (IBSE) across 12 European countries.


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