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Take your imagination into outer space this new year and plan a visit to the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2017, Ireland’s most spectacular science and technology showcase.
The 19th Galway Science and Technology Festival welcomed another record breaking 20,000 visitors to its annual final day Exhibition at NUI Galway last Sunday, and honoured several people on the day with major science awards. The two-week Festival culminated in the final day Exhibition and also brought 180 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) shows and workshops to 35,000 primary and secondary school students across Galway City and County.
A total of 18 entries from Westmeath schools have made it to the finals of the 2017 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, to be held in the RDS, Dublin from January 11-14.
The 19th Galway Science & Technology Festival will culminate with its final day exhibition this Sunday 27 November at NUI Galway from 10am-6pm. World leading Galway companies, schools, colleges and research institutes will exhibit over 80 free interactive STEM demonstrations and science shows for all ages to enjoy.
Many students are now facing into Transition Year (TY) with a mixture of trepidation and excitement. This year offers a great opportunity to gain skills and experiences that should not be missed writes SABINA TRENCH, CAREER COACH, SLI NUA CAREERS.
Business in the Community Ireland revealed this week that top companies contributed more than €198,000 and 687 volunteer hours to Mayo charities and community groups in 2015. They revealed that 19 companies contributed more than €198,000 to support community groups and organisations in Mayo in addressing key social issues and good causes in 2015.
The Galway city council has voted in favour of holding a civic reception for the Connacht Rugby team.
You might be leaving Galway and the west by ferry, by bicycle, by bus or on shank’s mare, but if you’re heading for Edinburgh, then you’re in for one hell of a treat come the weekend, because the city is preparing to welcome all the Connacht Rugby fans in their tens of thousands as they travel to the city to cheer on the boys in green.