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National Finals of ISTA Senior Science Quiz

Thanks to all who participated in the National Finals of the ISTA Senior Science Quiz in Trinity on Saturday 30th November. The quiz was generously sponsored by PharmaChemical Ireland. Thanks also to Trinity College for providing the excellent venue, to Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain who was guest presenter and Sean Duke, author of the newly published 'How Irish Scientists changed the World'. The year's associated charity was Irish Heart & Lung Transplant Association.


STEM Education Review Group

The Minister for Research and Innovation, Seán Sherlock, TD, announced the launch of a STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) Education Review Group, which is expected to prepare a report on STEM education in Ireland over the next six months. 


'Apples and Atoms' Walton sculpture

A sculpture celebrating the life and work of Ernest Walton, Ireland's only Nobel laureate for science and a former Trinity College Dublin graduate and professor, has been officially unveiled at the college outside the Physics Department.


Idea for Science School Tour - MakeShop at the Science Gallery -

The combination of Science Galleryand Makeshop makes for an informative and practical day out for school groups of all ages.


Track the Spread of Flu in Ireland

A new website Flusurvey.ie 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 


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.


DART of Physics

New DART of Physics website launched. This initiative of putting interactive physics content on public transport that can be accessed through the commuter's smartphone was the winning entry in the Designs for Learning 2012 and the original idea of Dr Shane Bergin at Trinity College.


ReelLife Science video competition 2013

ReelLife Science is a brand new Science Communication video competition for primary and secondary schools, which aims to promote Science to a wider audience.  


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