New programme helps students to turn their innovative ideas into commercial opportunities
Archive for 2009
BlueBrick.ie is a new website for finding part-time and other flexible courses in Ireland
The Science Raps Challenge is a new competition for Science Week 2009 to come up with the best rap music about science and technology.
Sam Hafford (19) from Castleknock College in Dublin is the overall winner of the RDS McWilliams Young Science Writers’ Competition 2009.
Science communication student Sean Marshall has begun publishing a series of podcasts called “Science Chat” for his MSc studies.
Two schoolboys who took the top prize at this year’s BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition have also won first prize at the EU Young Scientist Contest.
This year’s annual Science Snaps photography competition for secondary schools is looking for entries in the run-up to Science Week 2009.
Malaria kills between one and three million people, the vast majority of them young children in Sub-Saharan Africa.
A major breakthrough by engineers at Queen’s University Belfast could lead to more accurate global weather forecasts and a better understanding of climate change.
This year’s Annual Conference for Teachers of Physics takes place on Saturday 26 September at Waterford Institute of Technology.