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SSPC National Crystal Growing Competition

Following the success of the 2014 Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical Centre’s (SSPC) National Crystal Growing Competition, the SSPC has launched the 2015 national crystal growing competition, in partnership with the International Union of Crystallography’s (IUCr) global competition!

Naughton Scholarships

The prestigious Naughton Foundation Scholarships have been announced. From 600 entries 29 students from 24 counties were the lucky recipients. Next year all 26 counties will receive the very generous awards in STEM college courses.

ChemEd Conference UCC Saturday 17th October 2015

The 34th Annual ChemEd Conference will be held in the Eureka Centre UCC on Saturday 17th October 2015. The theme of the conference is Brilliant Resources and Great Ideas for Teaching Leaving Certificate Chemistry. Earlybird booking now available!

"Alcohol consumption: does the apple fall far from the tree?"

Ireland's Eimear Murphy and Ian O'Sullivan, both aged just 17 and from Coláiste Treasa in Kanturk, Co Cork, have won a major EU science prize for their Social Science project "Alcohol consumption: does the apple fall far from the tree?"

National Museum of Ireland Schools Programme

Schools programme for Primary & Post Primary at the National Museum of Ireland. To celebrate the International Year of Light there is ‘The Light Show with Science Ireland'.

Global Action Plan's New Initiative - "Water Explorer 2016"

Leading environmentalist Duncan Stewart, Olympic pentathlete, Natalya Coyle, and high performance swimmer Bethany Carson, today launched Global Action Plan's innovative 'Water Explorer 2016' programme in the Dublin's National Aquatic Centre. Schools around the country are being encouraged to sign up to the water conservation programme and help save the equivalent of 500 bath tubs of water in those schools taking part by June 2016.

Transition Year Module - Exploring Electronics

All science teachers are invited to participate in a short course to assist you in teaching the module “Exploring Electronics” to Transition Year students. No previous knowledge of electronics is assumed. The training programme is a collaborative effort between CIT, CEIA and UCC. Teachers who complete the programme will receive full certification and time spent on the programme may be allowed for Croke Park hours depending on local arrangements. 

Maths Week Ireland 2015

Maths Week Ireland 2015 will take place from 10th – 18th October. It continues to be the largest festival of its kind in the world. In 2014 over 250,000 participated throughout the island of Ireland. Teachers can register the participation of their schools and put their school on the map Click here

Amgen Biotech Experience Programme

Amgen Biotech Experience are offering training in molecular biology experiments for secondary school teachers. Teachers who take part in the training have access to professional grade scientific equipment that they can borrow to teach their students in school.

Zero Robotics Tournament 2015

The fourth annual Zero Robotics Tournament for secondary school students has offically started. This challenge gives the chance to students to improve their programming and problem solving skills by using the SPHERES, the famous volley-ball sized satellites onboard of the ISS.

RDS Primary Science Fair 2016

The call for Expressions of Interest for the RDS Primary Science Fair 2016 is now open and will close on Wednesday 7th October. 

ICI Chemistry Newsletter Competition 2015-16

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.

FormaBioLabs in Cork

You're invited to the Forma Biolabs community lab opening party on Thursday 3rd Sept. FREE booking via…

Science Week 2015: “Science Week 2.0: Design Your Future”

Sun, 8 Nov 2015 - Sun, 15 Nov 2015

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.

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