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A new film festival – Science on Screen Film Festival Ireland – runs from this Thursday November 5 to Sunday November 8. The festival, hosted by CÚRAM, the SFI Research Centre for Medical Devices based at NUI Galway and Galway Film Centre, will show the best of science films – shorts and features - from around the world and will include a world premiere, a European premiere and lots of Irish premieres.
Today marks the official launch of the ‘Science on Screen Film Festival Ireland’ an exciting new annual Irish Film Festival, running from November 5-8 online. The Festival will showcase the best of science in film and this year incorporates themes of representation and diversity in science and the value of art-science collaborations.
The importance of biodiversity, business, and bats dominated the opening of the second week of the An Bord Pleanala oral hearing into the proposed Galway City Ring Road (GCRR), held at the g Hotel.
An innovative project at NUI Galway which encourages students to explore the evolution of life on earth through the medium of film has received a significant international teaching award.
A new species of fossil starfish discovered in the Maam Valley has been found to be 435 million years old, according to the latest issue of The Irish Journal of Earth Sciences, published by the Royal Irish Academy.
Get on those Moycullen Historical Society walking trails
Lesser Spotted Journeys, a new series on UTV Ireland, continues with presenter Joe Mahon embarking on a tour of the country with a visit to the parish of Kilcommon in northwest Mayo on Tuesday next, September 29, at 8pm.
Among the attractions of the upcoming Clifden Arts Festival is the launch of the latest poetry collection by Moya Cannon, entitled Keats Lives and published by Carcanet Press. It is also something of a homecoming, as Moya was a long longtime stalwart of Galway’s literary scene.