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Passionate about science? FameLab needs you!

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.

Poetry in the Park are featured in Imeall tonight

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Athlone’s award-winning poetry group, Poetry in the Park, will feature in TG4’s arts programme, Imeall tonight at 10.30pm.

Call for budding young scientists as FameLab comes to town

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The organisers of the Midlands Science Festival have announced a brand new science competition, FameLab, which will take place in Athlone Institute of Technology on February 26, 2015.

Renew support group welcome new members to bi-monthly meeting

 

Athlone’s epic poetry contenders

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An arts project from Athlone has been shortlisted for an Epic Award for its work in the community.

Athlone poets seek to go nationwide with your support

Poetry in the Park - which is a local collective of poets - have been entertaining and enlivening the local cultural scene in Athlone for the past year with their monthly poetry readings in Burgess Park and other locations such as local bogs, streets, and public houses. They are now seeking your support in an application they have made to the Arthur Guinness Projects, Having submitted plans to bring a range of poetry workshops all around Ireland with a host of local and national poets.

Renew - peer support group meetings for Athlone

A new mental health peer support group has been established in Athlone.

Creating the new Midlands Economy

Business leaders representing key players in renewable technology, tourism, arts and craft, and technology came together this week to develop their plans for a new Midlands economy, based on co-operation and innovation.

The Midlands and the maple leaf - Canadian Ambassador visits the Midlands

The Canadian Ambassador to Ireland Loyola Hearn visited the Midlands this week and spent some time visiting projects associated with the development agency Atlantic Corridor. The agency has links in Canada through the Ireland-Canada Chamber.

Athlone and Moate schools make final in the Midlands Science Competition

Science is alive and well in primary education in the Westmeath with two local schools making it to the finals of the Midlands Science competition. The Midlands Science Competition was open to primary schools in Longford, Westmeath, Offaly, and Laois. The competition was organised by Tullamore-based development agency Atlantic Corridor and it is sponsored by Ericsson, the world’s leading provider of technology and services to telecom operators.

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