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Students are advised to look at studying in areas of science, technology, engineering and maths when making smart CAO choices
Ambassador Tibor Tóth will give a public lecture for the School of Cosmic Physics, which will be held by the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies in September.
The UCD School of Mathematical Sciences is holding an evening for students, teachers and parents which will include talks on the various courses available.
This is a series of talks from UCD science graduates, a chance to meet lecturers and attend a talk by the Dean of Science on the UCD science degrees.
Lifetime Lab is hosting a science picnic where visitors can explore interactive exhibits, follow the engineering trail around the old Victorian waterworks, and much more.
The European Space Education Office (ESERO) Ireland is offering primary school teachers a unique opportunity to attend a five day professional development course where they will learn how they can develop numeracy skills in an integrated way through the theme of space.
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The Irish engineer and scientist Robert Mallet (1810-81) is one of Ireland’s many unsung scientific heroes. His contributions to the fields of engineering, seismology, volcanology and ballistic ordnance were of global significance. As 2010 sees the bicentenary of his birth, this exhibition will highlight his leading role in solving critical ...
Major increase in number of students studying science, engineering and computing at third level