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Some 10,000 visitors descended on Salthill last Friday for Ireland’s first participation in European Researchers Night. Billed Sea2Sky by organisers NUI Galway, the celebration of science and research ran in parallel with events across 320 cities in Europe. The Galway event was visited by European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science, Máire Geoghegan-Quinn.
Showcasing science on a grand scale, the Irish event, Sea2Sky, takes place in Salthill, Galway on September 23.
Volunteers are being sought to support Sea2Sky, a free, family-oriented event taking place in Salthill on Friday, September 23.
Galway is to be the venue for Ireland’s first participation in the European Researchers Night which takes place in 800 venues across 320 cities on Friday, September 23.
On Friday September 23 Ireland will host Sea2Sky, its first European Researchers’ Night, in Salthill, Galway. This one day celebration of science in inner and outer space is being organised by NUI Galway in collaboration with the Marine Institute and Galway Atlantaquaria, and is funded under the European Union’s Marie Curie Programme and Discover Science and Engineering.
There are lots of marine activities planned for Galway over the coming days as part of the Marine Month of Madness throughout June.
I recently attended a fashion show organised by the Clarenbridge Oyster Festival committee at the Marine Institute. First, the originality of the venue astonished me, then the gems of styles that boutiques revealed wonderfully surprised me. Although special occasions outfits were very much featured during the show, stylish and easy to wear day looks dominated the catwalk. The one outfit that stroked my eyes was a light turquoise sequin jacket with an aqua blue shorts and white tee from Galway boutique Daisy – this quirky and elegant number can be worn day to evening.
The Festival of Fashion will kick off at 8pm today (Thursday) with a wine and canapés reception in the stunning Marine Institute in Renville, Oranmore. The event, in association with the Clarenbridge Oyster Festival, will get you ready for a season of festival fun from racing to arts and music to oysters. You are sure find a look to suit you with festive collections from Ail Ruin, Squisito, Sorelle, Concepts, Select, Madison, Nestor’s, Daisy, Brown Thomas, Shenil Shoes, Demora, and Standún.
The possibility of US President Barrack Obama coming to visit Mayo picked up momentum this week. Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney said this week that there were “obvious reasons” why Mayo could be included on the State visit of the US President with it being the home of Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
Over the next five years the Marine Insitute in Oranmore and the Institut de Océanographique of Monoco are to further strengthen ties working closely together on research and cutting-edge technology to solve the challenges facing sustainable development of the oceans.