The Clean Tech Competition is a unique, worldwide research and design challenge for pre-college youth. The program encourages scientific understanding of real-world issues and the integration of environmentally responsible energy sources. Due to popular demand, registration for the Clean Tech Competition has been extended to March 6th.
The final report from the Royal Irish Academy-ALLEA forum: Academia-Industry Alliance – Joint efforts in Science Education compiled by the All European Academies (ALLEA) is now available.
The UCD Earth Institute, in association with An Cosán Glas, is delighted to announce Earth Festival, an exciting merging of art and science. You and your school are invited to the exhibition presented in Letterkenny Town Park on 11th-13th November 2014 as part of Ireland’s National Science Week.
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
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.
VEX Robotics Program was set up in Cork for secondary schools in 2012-13. It is being expanded to their primary schools early this September with the VEX IQ program. The program is supported by EMC. If there are schools in the Dublin Region interested in getting involved please contact Nancy directly. firstname.lastname@example.org
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.