Trinity College Dublin and the Science Gallery have come up with an unusual new form of self-guided science tour.
Archive for July 2009
Bubbles come under the microscope in the latest exhibition at Dublin’s Science Gallery.
One of Ireland’s top nanosafety experts will give a talk in the Alchemist Cafe about nanotechnology applications and their impact on the environment, including safety issues. The Alchemist Cafe is a series of public talks in which scientists and members of the public meet in a semi-informal setting to discuss ...
“CSI: The Experience” is a new interactive exhibition where you take on the role of a forensic scientist to crack the case.
Hundreds of thousands of members of the public are helping a team of astronomers to discover a group of rare galaxies.
Botanists from NUI Galway are using an unusual source to study the history of farming and its impact on the Burren: fungi that grow on cattle and sheep dung.
Engineering and medical students from across Europe have designed some next-generation medical devices in a recent summer school at Trinity College Dublin’s Centre for Bioengineering.
NUI Galway has experienced major increases in CAO applications for science, engineering, IT and medicine courses.