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Galway Science and Technology Forum, in partnership with NUI Galway, has invited TeenTech to Galway. TeenTech is an industry-led initiative that helps students understand how STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) subjects are the pathway to tomorrow’s careers, and to give teenage inventors and innovators a head start.
The 17th Galway Science and Technology Festival, part of National Science Week, involving over 180 events and 35,000 primary and secondary school students will take place from November 10-23 this year. This year’s festival will explore and celebrate the ‘Power of Science’ at events in schools, colleges, research institutes, companies and community centres across Galway City and county.
The 16th Galway Science and Technology Festival which is part of National Science Week was launched last Monday, October 14, in Medtronic’s new global Customer Innovation Centre.
The 15th annual Galway Science and Technology Festival commenced on Monday November 12 at the Orbsen Building, NUI Galway. The celebrations, sponsored by Medtronic Galway, coincide with National Science Week.
Students can learn how circus performers make use of scientific principles in their tricks and stunts at the 15th Galway Science and Technology Festival which runs from November 12 to 25 at local primary and secondary schools in the city and county.
A major travelling exhibition, entitled ‘Accelerating Science’, will be making its way to Galway this autumn to take part in an exciting and informative science and technology festival.
The CEO of Enterprise Ireland, Frank Ryan, will give a talk on careers in the indigenous science and technology sectors on Tuesday next in GMIT’s Theatre 1000 at 2pm. The talk, titled ‘Ireland — The Comeback Economy’, is organised by the Galway Science and Technology Festival.
Some 24,000 visitors thronged NUIG on Sunday to enjoy the 2011 Galway Science and Technology Festival Exhibition.
The 14th annual Galway Science and Technology Festival, launched this week, will feature two weeks of shows and interactive demonstrations for budding scientists of all ages.
Following the unprecedented success of the Galway Science and Technoloogy Festival, where over 20,000 attended the festival exhibition held at NUI Galway, the festival committee are now considering expanding the exhibition to a two-day event.