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Held annually in over 20 countries across the globe, FameLab is the world’s largest science communication competition. FameLab is coming to Ireland again in 2015, and for the very first time, a regional heat is being held in the Midlands.
A bluegrass music legend from the US is set to perform at the Ballina Arts Centre this February.
Ireland’s Year of Craft 2011 initiative has given a welcome boost to Ireland’s craft industry, and will help to sustain thousands of jobs in the sector into the future, according to the Crafts Council of Ireland.
Galway-based free online learning provider ALISON.com was among the four winners of the 2010 UNESCO-King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize, one of the world’s most prestigious prizes for innovation in ICT for Education.
Trevor Seery, from Ballinrobe, Co Mayo, is one of 16 people from across the island of Ireland chosen by the British Council to participate in its ‘Challenge Europe’ climate change initiative. Mr Seery is part of a team of dynamic young achievers from all walks of life who will work together to draw on knowledge from the worlds of science, business, academia and political thinking to develop and propose three clear, practical, ideas for cutting our carbon craving over the next year.
AIDEN DOOLEY’S multi-award winning solo show, Tom Crean Antarctic Explorer, makes a welcome return to the Town Hall shortly for a six night run, from Monday January 26 to Saturday 31 at 8pm.