As part of the celebrations for the International Year of Light, the Institute of Chemistry Annual Newsletter Competition theme this year is Photochemistry. Closing date Friday 18th December - full details attached.
The aim of Science Week (November 8th - 15th) is to promote the relevance of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) in our everyday lives and to demonstrate their importance to the future development of Irish society and to the economy.
ReelLIFE SCIENCE schools video competition has just been launched in NUI Galway. Canadian Astronaut, Commander Chris Hadfield, Aoife McLysaght, Professor of Genetics in Trinity College Dublin and the overall winners of the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2015
Following the great success of the IYCr2014 a worldwide competition, is now open to all school children, to introduce students to the exciting, challenging and sometimes frustrating world of growing crystals. Entrants must submit a video. Details on line. Closing date: 22nd November 2015.
Junior Cycle Reform agreement concluded.
ISTA is delighted to sponsor SciFest. This has been the most successful year yet with 7200 students entering over 3060 projects. Since SciFest was launched nationwide in 2008 more than 32,200 second-level students have participated in the programme.
At ITLG Global Tech Summit held in DCU recently, Brian MacCraith, Craig Barrett, Mary Moloney and Michael Murphy discussed new sources of innovation emerging from collaborative environments, such as Hackathons, Coderdojo, eLearning and digital learning structures.