Archive for Science Week

Scientific Innovation in the Agri-Food Sector

Posted in research with tags , on 14 November 2009 by Steve

Ireland“The 2009 Teagasc Walsh Fellowships Seminar took place at the RDS, Dublin, yesterday, Wednesday 11 November, as part of Science Week Ireland, and highlighted the achievements of young scientists working in the fields of food, agriculture, environment and economics …” (more)

[AlphaGalileo, 12 November]


Sounds of Science Week Ireland

Posted in teaching with tags on 12 November 2009 by Steve

Ireland“We host more than 300 second level students in Tipperary Institute for Science Week Ireland this year. Our visitors will watch how to take apart a computer game and mash up new sounds, on-screen moves and images for the game. These are the kinds of tasks normally assessed in both the Games Development and Creative Multimedia curricula …” (more)

[Bernie Goldbach, Inside View, 10 November]

Science week in Ireland: was Einstein wrong?

Posted in teaching with tags on 9 November 2009 by Steve

Ireland“This week is Science Week in Ireland, with science events taking place all over the country. There are talks and demonstrations on every aspect of science you can think of, from a demonstration of animal magic at Killaloe in County Limerick to astronomy at the Crawford Observatory of University College Cork …” (more)

[Cormac O’Raifeartaigh, Antimatter, 9 November]