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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.


Light a beacon for Climate Change photography competition - win a mini iPad

European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science, Máire Geoghegan-Quinn launched the campaign with the video message explaining the importance of climate change research in Horizon 2020 and inviting everyone to light a beacon.


Collaborative Assessment Alliance

The NCCA are inviting Science teachers to take part in a project to investigate and research assessment using collaborative models. Assessment and Teaching of 21st-Century Skills (ATC21S)


The Hyland Report

A hard copy of the Hyland Report (The design of Leaving Certificate science syllabi in Ireland: an international comparison) at your local Branch meetings.
A report from a meeting held with NCCA on Friday 25th April will be available to members in the next issue of SCIENCE due out in May.


SCIENTIX

SCIENTIX – the community for science education in Europe – was created to facilitate regular dissemination and sharing of know-how and best practices in science education across the European Union. Check out the New SCIENTIX blog page!


SCIENCE SPIN

Science Spin is a free on-line digital magazine for all scientists. 'Break the code and stay on the conveyor belt' by Fergus McAuliffe.


Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week: September 22nd – 28th

Remember Remember Remember Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week is September 22nd – 28th


Vote for the Kinsale students in Google Science Fair Final

Last chance to vote TODAY for Irish girls in the final of Global Science Fair! Working to solve world hunger! https://t.co/NTjr8a3oaM


The Festival of Curiosity

The Festival of Curiosity continues from July 24th-27th with events for all the family!


PHYSICS BUSKING at The Festival of Curiosity

The Institute of Physics and The Irish Science on Stage team will have Science on the Streets of Dublin - fun for all the family
Temple Bar: Fri July 25th 12-4pm
The National Botanic Gardens: Sun July 28h 12-4pm


Rockets and Making Physics Magic at Dublin Maker

Come along to the Physics Lawn in Trinity College on Saturday 26th 10am-6pm and learn how to make simple toys based on scientific principles. IoPI will also be making and launching rockets. This is a FREE event and part of the Festival of Curiosity.


Festival of Curiosity

The Festival of Curiosity, Dublin's annual festival of Science & Culture takes place in Dublin on July 24th-27th.


YSI

Young Social Innovators are recruiting a full time Training and Education Officer.


Curious Film - Pop up cinema

Join UCD Science Expression during Festival of Curiosity for the summertime screenings of short films about curiosity, science and discovery at The National Botanic Gardens on Saturday July 26th & Sunday July 27th from 12pm.


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