Published November 23rd, 2010
Science Week Ireland 2010 was also one of the most successful Science Weeks to date with 505 events taking place throughout the week, a 12% increase from 449 events in 2009
Published November 4th, 2010
Over 100,000 people are expected to attend more than 450 Science Week events from Sunday 7th November until Sunday 14th November
Published October 13th, 2010
Discover Science and Engineering (DSE) have announced the theme for Science Week 2010 – ‘Our Place in Space’
Published August 19th, 2010
Discover Science and Engineering has welcomed the increased participation at higher level in mathematics by students involved in the Project Maths pilot group.
Published July 19th, 2010
168 primary schools took part in the Greenwave 2010 project – a mass science experiment for Irish national schools which involves tracking the movement of spring across Ireland.
Published June 24th, 2010
The commissioner discussed opportunities with the six ambassadors around Dublin City of Science 2012, which will be worth €9 million to the Irish economy.
Published June 17th, 2010
The countdown to the Dublin City of Science 2012 has officially begun with the unveiling of six young Irish science ambassadors who will travel across Europe this summer on a specially commissioned Science Communications Bus
Published June 15th, 2010
St. Patrick’s College and Discover Science and Engineering launch European integrated strategy for scientific learning in Ireland
Published June 8th, 2010
Discover Science & Engineering (DSE) has announced that 493 primary schools have received an Award of Science and Maths Excellence this year as part of the Discover Primary Science (DPS) programme.
Published April 22nd, 2010
Thirty five science teachers from ten County Kildare VEC schools have taken part in an innovative training session as part of the Discover Sensors programme.