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Guided tours of Renmore Barracks and mediaeval Galway, classes in set dancing, and a lecture on the cosmos take place in Galway city as part of Heritage Week 2013.
More than 450 children who have written, illustrated and bound their own individual books, will attend the 13th annual Write a Book Awards in the Radisson Blu Hotel Galway on June 3.
Engineers Week, an annual campaign to promote engineering as a career, is coming to Galway from Monday February 25 to Sunday March 3.
A well-known local science advocate believes that Galway should emulate its international status as an arts city by striving to become the European equivalent of California’s Silicon Valley.
Two entrepreneurs from a London investment firm, McGequity Partners Ltd, will host a three day entrepreneur bootcamp in the city next month.
Nine young Galwegians returned home on Monday June 11 victorious from the FIRST LEGO League Open European Championship in Mannheim, Germany. The group, all aged between nine and 14, won first place in the Gracious Professionalism Core Value Award, one of three top prizes in the international competition.
Galway Music Education Partnership, which recently launched its website as part of its bid to Music Generation for funding, is calling on parents, music teachers and professional musicians to get in touch and have their say on the future of music education.
Love your City-Love Galway, an exhibition of art by some 600 Galway children opened this week in The Galway Education Centre, Monivea Road.
The world’s next J K Rowling could have been among the 500 young Galway authors who were honoured at a special ceremony this week as part of the annual Write a Book Awards. Now in its 10th year, the competition which is run by the Galway Education Centre, aims to generate an interest in reading and writing among young people aged five to 12 years.
An exhibition entitled Hidden Histories of Women in Computing has gone on display at the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) in NUI Galway. The exhibition highlights how, in spite of many obstacles, women have over the centuries made significant contributions to advances in communications and computer technologies.