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Scientists at the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) in NUI Galway have teamed up with the TCD autism research group to discover how stem cell technology can help further the understanding of autism and perhaps lead to the development of better treatments.
The Radisson Blu Hotel will open its doors to some of Ireland’s brightest and creative youngsters as they compete in the national FIRST LEGO League Robotics Challenge.
Three Westmeath students were among 60 lucky students who travelled to Dublin’s Science Gallery to find out if their doodle had been selected by Google’s chief doodler as the overall winner of Google’s Irish Doodle 4 Google competition.
Robotics Ireland is to host the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Lego League Challenge at The Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway, this Saturday, January 8.
Lucy Murray, a fifth year student in Dominican College, Taylor’s Hill recently attended a workshop in Trinity College where the aim was the creation of a Charter for 21st Century Learning. The emphasis was that the education system needed to change to fit the needs of our society but change will not happen if there is no evidence that it is wanted. Lucy has penned this article containing the viewpoint of a student in the educational debate and stressing the need for change.
Atlantic Corridor in Tullamore is set to host its third National Science Conference in February with speakers of national and international importance in the areas of science, technology, engineering and maths.