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Track the Spread of Flu in Ireland

A new website has been set up and is being hosted at NUI Galway and aims to Track the Spread of Seasonal Flu in Ireland. The initiative is a collaboration between National University of Ireland, Galway, the 

Women in Physics - Ireland

The School of Mathematics and Physics at Queens University Belfast and IoPI are inviting your female students to participate in the first “Women in Physics – Ireland” event on the 19th of March 2014. Please email by Friday 13th of December indicating the number of required places, which will be allocated on a first come first served basis. 


The Central Statistics Office are running an All-Ireland apps4gaps competition for students. There is also an open category where teachers can also enter!

Digital Learning Activities - Amgen Science Teacher Training Initiative

CASTeL at DCU in conjunction with Amgen are hosting a series of Digital Learning Activities. These will be one hour web sessions where teachers can listen in and/or share their experiences of Inquiry Based Learning.

The Irish Laboratory Awards

The winners of The Irish Laboratory Awards were announced at a ceremony on Tuesday 3rd November in The Burlington Hotel. We were delighted to act as strategic partners. Congratulations to all involved.

Eco Explorers

NUI Galway is launching Eco Explorers, a new science outreach program aimed at both Primary and Secondary Schools throughout Ireland.

Biodiversity at The National Botanic Gardens - FREE

Join the inflatable cinema at The National Botanic Gardens from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd November from 12pm onwards to celebrate the

European CanSat Competition 2014

ESERO, the European Space Education Resource Office in Ireland, is calling on secondary school teachers around the country to register a team for the 2014 European CanSat competition. 

GRAVITY 3D film & Comet Making Workshop

On Tuesday 5th November there is a FREE preview of the film GRAVITY staring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock at the IFI at 10.30am followed by Comet Making Workshop for Senior Cycle Physics students in the Science Gallery at Trinity College

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